(KFVS) - It's called a "Party in the Tub" and the toy claims to make bath time fun for your child, making it easier to get them to wash up.
Curtis Cassatt is all boy.
The two year old loves to take his nighttime bath, but he also loves to get out quickly and move on to the next thing.
Parents James and Laura Cassatt want the party in the tub toy to make bath time easier.
"I'm hoping that maybe he'll play longer because normally it's that he plays for a little while, then he pulls the plug," said Laura Cassatt.
Dad opened the party in the tub and put in the batteries.
But will the light display toy distract Curtis long enough for mom and dad to wash his hair?
"He'll run back and forth, and it's hard to keep him calm and collected, he's pretty much your typical boy that's just non stop," said James Cassatt.
At first, Curtis looked at the lights, trying to figure out just what this new toy was.
Then dad noticed a little leak.
"I'm trying to see if that thing is taking on water, I don't think the internals are getting wet though," said James Cassatt.
After dad's worries seemed to wash down the drain, Curtis really took to the toy.
He dunked it, splashed it and watched the colors change.
Mom and dad say this could be the time they could wash Curtis's hair, something that is normally quite difficult.
"I think it actually lets him play a lot longer in the bath tub than what he normally does," said Laura Cassatt.
"He just started pulling the plug, and it's been five minutes, usually after about two minutes," said James Cassatt.
The Cassatts give the Party in the Tub 4 stars, but the real question is what does Curtis think?
He gives it has famous "wow" rating.
We found the Party in a Tub at Target for $10.