Poll: Is bath-time a happy time for the kids?

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    Is bath time a happy time in your household? Choose your answer in the poll above, and then check my blog on Monday for the results!

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    Most of the time it is, although small mailman is cutting a tooth right now so he's always pretty cranky atm.

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    Hmmm, other

    Its a struggle to get him in, but once he is in he is happy as, then its a struggle to get him out.

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    Cant see poll but its pretty easy here. The only thing i hate is all the water on the floor and the cars, animals and whatever else lives in there

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    DS 15 months LOVES the bath, he giggles and stands by the side whilst it's running and plays with the water. I bought him water flutes and he plays with them, doesn't really like having his hair washed though. He's cottoned on to the '1..2...3 *tip water over head*' and immediately scratches the water off his face and spits, haha. good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Cant see poll but its pretty easy here. The only thing i hate is all the water on the floor and the cars, animals and whatever else lives in there

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    When mine was littler we ha a litte mesh bag that suctioned onto the wall where the toys lived . Kept them out of the way but s till nearby for bath time. We still have it but it's rare she has a bath now. We normally have a shower together these d ays

    To answer the poll: It's never been a strugg le in our house with my little fis hy.

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    Yes, always

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    No

    My 20 month old son absolutely loathes the bath...the shower...puddles...pools...anything to do with water.

    This only started about 6 months ago and nothing ever happened or changed so I don't know where this fear of water sparked from. Bath times in this household are always bad - he screams the entire time and nothing we seem to do helps. Hoping he'll grow out of it asap.

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    Default Yes!

    As long as the water is lukewarm, yes bath time is a happy time for my kids! :-)

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    Yes and no. Not when it comes to washing their hair.


 

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