How often are you bathing your baby?
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Michelle - posted on 01/14/2010
i bathe aymie every 2 nights, unless she passes out before bath time. but shes a good sleeper. she'll usually have her last bottle around 10, 1030 and sleeps until at least 9 the next morning. bath or no bath. i found that the johnsons bedtime bath is great especially when you use the matching lotion. nice calming smell, the lotion doesnt dry her out and she has bad cradel cap. i wash her hair with jonson head to toe and use the bed time bath for bubbles.
Alison - posted on 01/14/2010
Orla is now 4 months & I have been bathing her every alternate night since she was around 4wks. Since 10wks I have been bathing her at 6pm, cuddle & storytime followed by bottle & in bed by 7.30pm, she will then be dreamfed at 11pm & will sleep through til 8am.
Daily. Ava is now 4 months old, and at the 4 week mark I tried to encouraged her to sleep through the night. Her bath started to become her evening routine. Bath at about 8p., bottle and then to bed. First night 10 hours! Although I was up checking her each hour! Now Ava's bedtime is some time between 6pm and 8pm, and she sleeps through until 5am.
Brandi - posted on 01/12/2010
We bathe Donnalyn everynight. She absolutly loves it! Ever since her belly button healed that has become our routine. Bath, massage, story time, and then a bottle. She sleeps so well (about 6 to 7 hours a night) We've only had a couple of nights in the last 3 months where we couldn't get her down good.
Alison - posted on 01/12/2010
i bathe him every night about the same time to signal "sleepy time". i was using johnson's baby head to toe but he was getting dry skin and a little rash, so my cousin said her pediatritian recommended unscented dove so we tried and he rarely gets dry skin now.
Heidi - posted on 01/12/2010
My little one is 4 months old. He has a bath every evening. He LOVES bath time, especially when his daddy gives him his bath. They play a lot! His bath is part of our routine to get ready for bed. Bath, bottle, book, prayers, some rocking and he is off to bed.
Leander - posted on 01/11/2010
i often bath my son twice..i don't use any soap or other products on him due to the fact he has eszcema ( i hope i spelt it right) i used old remedy that i got from my grandmother.. My grandmother has big tree in her backyard... its old maori remedy that they used to used... its called Kawakawa leaves...for lotion i used alpha keri which z really gud for the skin.. i knw that works on him...but ma son loves his bath also loves having a shower with the both us....
Helen - posted on 01/11/2010
Every other day and we only wash with water. We used to use Johnson's baby wash but she developed eczema and really dry skin so we are just sticking to oilatum in the bath and lots of creams right after. Also we're not scrubbing at her and keeping the water as cool as she'll allow to keep as many of her natural oils on her as possible.
She loves bathtime :o)
Tristan - posted on 01/10/2010
I was doing it every other day because her skin was getting too dry and inlue just washing under her neck, her face, hands, and diaper area, however, my doctor just gave me a script for special soap and lotion so we are back to every day!
Alecia - posted on 01/10/2010
Our daughter will be 4 months on Jan. 17. Since it can be hard to get a newborn on a routine we started her on a routine when she was 2 months old, we give her a bath every night, every other night though we wash her hair and her body, on the nights we don't wash her hair and body we just let her soak in her tub for a few mins and whipe her down with her baby wash rags. The warm water soothes her into a good sleep for the night time :)
Erin - posted on 01/10/2010
Every 2 days - or sooner if he has a big mess (or if he is very unsettled a bath calms him)! We shower him also with us and have done since he was 2 weeks old he loves it and its easy! Cradle cap can be from over washing their hair, my son has never had any as I use an organic shampoo and only wash it a couple of times a week.
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