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    I dont send my child grubby and sweaty to bed every night lol....she is always clean...i just dont see the need to give an 18 month old a bath everynight. A sponge over every other day is fine imo. As she gets older and is out doing stuff it will b daily tho

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    i didnt bathe mine every night at 18months.

    i do now as they go to school and dancing and sports.

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    Yep we are filthy disgusting neglectful people.


    Oh wait! Paed, and OT gave us the ok, given that the boys lose their **** to the point of puking over it!! We also love when e neighbours come tearing over here thinking theres been a dreadful accident OR that we are killing them, because the screams they give during the bath

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I cant believe some bathe their kids twice a day Is that cause they have been rolling around in mud or something??
    She wets at night, so feels better in the morning after a shower, and is grubby by 6pm so has another shower. Nice to know people find it amusing.

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    I bathe/shower my kids when they are dirty, on average every 2-3 days. A baby doesn't get very dirty....toddlers (yes) and my 9yo is usually sitting behind a desk at school all day.

    Interesting how a lot of the parents with children who suffer eczema etc. only bath every few days. It shows how much daily bathing strips away essential oils to keep your skin protected.

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    Every night as part of our routine. Sometimes we will skip the odd night due to him falling asleep in the car etc But usually every night. My son is a shocker, such a grub!

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    Every 2nd day or until they get REALLY dirty.I prefer them clean,but if I CBF,or they cant either,then they stay dirty

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    They have a bath every night. If DD wets the bed then she has a shower in the morning too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I cant believe some bathe their kids twice a day Is that cause they have been rolling around in mud or something??
    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    3 times a week.

    Yep we are filthy disgusting neglectful people.


    Oh wait! Paed, and OT gave us the ok, given that the boys lose their **** to the point of puking over it!! We also love when e neighbours come tearing over here thinking theres been a dreadful accident OR that we are killing them, because the screams they give during the bath
    Can't win can we? Either neglectful and dirty or worthy of a and

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    I didnt mean any offence......sorry!!!

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