How to make a baby bath with the Raspberry Pi 3 and Arduino Nano (video)

I just got the Raspberry 3 Model B to my house and my wife is starting to think of ways to make her own baby bath.

The idea of using the Raspberry Model B as a baby shower bath has been around since the beginning of the year, but the Model B is still not very user-friendly. 

You don’t have to use a full-sized bathtub, or even a very expensive one, because it doesn’t have any hose or a tub base.

It has a few more options than a normal bathtub.

For example, it has a mini-drainer. 

A water supply is just the base of the Raspberry.

The Pi will pull the water out of the water in the bucket.

This means the bathtub is also connected to a small water filter, and you don’t need to install a whole new plumbing system.

This is a great option for people who are new to baby showers.

You also don’t get to do a full bathtub design with the Pi, since the Pi can only hold two or three liters.

That means you can’t make a tub that fits your head. 

Here’s how to get started with a DIY baby shower, using the Pi and Arduino. 

I used a Pi 3 model B with a 3.3GHz ARM processor, a 512MB RAM, and a 128MB SD card. 

The Raspberry Pi uses the AVR-6850 microcontroller, so you can build the Pi using either the Raspberry RPi.

All you need is a breadboard, a 2.5″ SATA cable, and some soldering iron. 

For this tutorial, I used the A3 microcontroller board for this project.

The Arduino Nano is the most popular board for building baby showers, but it’s not nearly as powerful as the Raspberry Pbio.

The Nano is also less flexible.

You can make the shower a little more comfortable, but you also need to get the Pi to talk to the WiFi.

I had to do that in this tutorial. 

If you’re interested in using the Arduino for baby showers that include a built-in showerhead, here’s a tutorial from Instructables.