These nifty towels may make bath time less of a struggle


The struggle of getting your kids fed, bathed and into bed on time after a long day can be challenging. So when someone comes along with a product that could make your life a little easier — it’s worth a try, right?

That’s precisely why the “My Buddy Towel” is so great. They’re onesies and towels all in one, so that as soon as your kids hop out of the tub, you can zip them up and get on with the rest of the evening.

But not only are these towels convenient for parents, but they’re fun for kids, too. They come in fun animal prints, so your kids can pretend to be frogs, flamingos and more!

These wearable towels were designed by a mom of six, Angie Myers, so it’s no wonder the product’s so intuitive. The mom points out that these towels are great for drying off after the pool, too. So bath time and summertime just got a whole lot easier. Genius!

“Being a mom of 6 laundry piles up fast!” writes Myers on the product’s Indiegogo page. “One of my kids insisted on using 3 towels to dry off! One on her head, one around her shoulders and one tied around her legs. Of course, she would still complain about being too cold! That’s when I had my light bulb moment! This child needs a full body towel to slip on immediately after a bath or pool time!”

The frog design is already available for purchase on the My Buddy Towel website for $24.99, and a flamingo design is available for pre-order through Indiegogo.

My Buddy Towel

If you’d like to see even more animal designs come to life, you can support this project on Indiegogo. In the meantime, you may be interested in shopping similar fun towels online.

For example, there’s this hooded towel available now on Amazon:


Your kids will love wrapping up in something fun — but there’s one key thing missing here that the My Buddy Towel does have: a zip feature, which could definitely come in handy. Just something to keep in mind before making a purchase!

Who’s ready to make bath time more manageable?

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