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    Every 2nd day as recommended by our GP so his eczema doesn't flare up.

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    I've only ever showered DD in the mornings, unless she's got particularly dirty - which has only been a couple of occasions. I clean her up during the day if she gets food/ dirt on herself, but otherwise just shower her each morning.

    Never done the bath as part of bedtime routine thing.

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    It was every 2nd day for DS when he was very little.

    He has a bath every night. He's very much in a routine at night and bath time plays a major part of that.

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    DS 4.5yo and DD 14 months both have a bath every single night, even if we haven't left the house.

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    Bath nights are usually Monday, Wednesday and Saturday for my two girls. This suits after school activities such as swimming, etc. Obviously extra baths are needed after messy days. When DD1 was little I used to bath her every night. But didn't do the same for DD2 as she has eczema so it's actually better for her if she doesn't get a bath every night.

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    Every night!

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    Every night as part of our routine.

    However I don't wash their hair or use soap every night.
    I just usually wash their face, private parts and then let them play or relax in the water.

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    It used to be twice a day, but now just every night. It doesn't matter how late it is at night, I cannot put the kids to bed without them having had a bath.
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    I used to bath him every night as a baby/toddler. Now he's 12, he has a shower every day before school and will even take one at night if he feels like it, or he'll jump in the bath and read in the evening. So he bathes at least once a day. It's just what I've taught him, it's what we all do. I can't leave the house without a shower of a morning and that's the way he's been brought up as well.

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    Every night!! They are peeing and pooing on themselves everyday so I think daily is good!

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