Bathing Baby

 

 

 

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Bathing Baby

 

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Below are some helpful tips that we have found to help you during Baby Bath Time so hopefully helping to make bathing baby more fun for you and your baby. 

Baby Bathing is part of every baby’s routine. In the first few months a bath can be a very soothing and relaxing time for parents and baby. As your baby grows they will start to enjoy playing around in the bath and having a large range of toys for the bath helps to keep your baby happier in the water. If you are looking for some ideas to make bath time a little different here are some creative ideas to help make Bathing A Baby a fun and educational time.

The traditional rubber duck is always fun to watch float and squirt in the bath so make sure you have a few ducks or similar toys to play with. Bath books are great to distract your baby if they gets upset in the bath Freeze a small bath toy in a plastic cup of water, peel off the cup and watch the ice melt in the bath... Great Fun !!

Pouring water out of a plastic cup from a height is engaging for all children. Get a shower pump for the bath, this can be suctioned to the side of the bath, when your toddler pushes the pump bath water is sucked up and pumped out the shower head. Use a small washer to wash each part of your baby’s body, name and sing about each part as you do it

From birth, get your baby use to having water splashed on their face, take them in the shower with you from time to time. This will help with washing hair and swimming later in life. Put a number of small bath toys in the water and give your child a net to catch them with. Add a couple of drops of food colouring to the water to have a colourful and fun bath. When your toddler is old enough she can choose the bath colour, siblings can have fun negotiating the colour they would like each day. If your child does not like washing his hair let him wear swimming goggles or a swimming mask to stop shampoo getting in their eyes

If your child does not like you taking the bath plug out, make some funny noises before and during the process to make the experience fun for them At the end of the bath get your baby to use a cup and fill a bucket with water. Give your toddler a straw and get her to blow bubbles in the water, great fun ...!!!