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We can classify toddlers into 2 when connected with the activities of bathing. There are babies who love the water so they will be very happy and even laugh when immersed in water, and baby who cry and struggled when touched by water. Which groups your toddlers?

Here are some tips for safe toddlers bathing.

Talk to your child while bathing. Most parents frown or even issued a sour face when bathing their baby. Try to talk or chat with your baby even though you know that the baby will not understand what you are saying. Baby will feel secure and happy when the bath, they knows you devote attention to it. No need to tough sentences and shouted shouted, simply speak with simple sentences and soft.

Although you are not a singer, try to sing while bathing the baby. Children love music, especially the rhythmic merry. In turn, they would liked a bath as they like the procession of the songs you sing while bathing them.

Nothing wrong with giving your baby a toy in the bath. Toys that float like a duck or a plastic doll will attract their attention. By playing at home they are expected to be in the bathtub.

Use a special bathtub and safe for toddlers. Always hold the baby carefully. Remember that the baby will be slippery when wet so you have a strong hold but still with a tenderness. If necessary, invite someone to help you bathe your baby, especially if they are a lively baby. How wonderful when the tub is placed at the soft base so that if something unexpected happens, your baby is not experiencing a severe trauma.

Wash your baby in warm water rather than hot water. Set the water temperature ranged from 48.9 degrees celcius. Water that is too hot will burn your baby’s skin if too cold otherwise they would be scary.

It is important to instill the sense that the bath is very good for cleanliness and health to your baby or child. A good view of the bath and shower good habits will result in good health as well.

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