WOW, if this was around when I was born. Think of the possibilities. Man, do newborns have it rough! I mean, when was the last time you went down a birth canal? #Brutal. Really though - babies need a GD break.
Luckily, there's a way for newborns to relax when hours between naps seem to stretch on like days: They can visit Baby Spa, which recently opened a new outpost in Perth, Australia.
A typical Baby Spa session lasts about an hour and includes anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes of casual floating in a warm bath. Babies wear a special floatation device that safely supports the head above water and makes the whole thing look extra adorable.
The treatments aren't just supremely calming. Turns out, they're borderline medicinal, at least according to the Baby Spa's website. See, in water, young babies can do ~*mAgIcAl*~ things they can't yet manage on land because their itty-bitty bodies aren't strong enough, and gravity's a bitch. However, floating (aka hyd...