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    Whenever she's dirty! Some days it'll be nightly, sometimes every 2nd or 3rd night.

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    My kids have a bath or shower as part of their evening routine. However, if we go out for dinner or something then they go to bed without.

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    Everyday, sometimes twice a day. They are grots and need it lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    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.
    I really don't think there was any need for any offense to be taken. It was more just a general Wow!

    We bath shower once a day generally.

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    Every second or third night. He's a grotty toddler that gets regular wipe downs, but as pp with eczema kids have said, daily bathing just strips his skin of it's natural oils far too much and flares it up badly if he has more than three baths a week. Four tops.

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    My kids (2 y.o. and 3 m.o.) jump in the shower with DH or i most mornings and then have a bath at night as well.

    As a baby, DD sometimes had 4 baths in one day because she had colic and the water helped to relax and settle her.

    She has been showering with us since then too because i wanted to have a shower and she didn't like being alone, then later it was a way of keeping her out of mischief.

    I rarely use products on the kids, and if i do i only use Gaia or similar.

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    My kids need bath/ shower every night so it's dinner bath play quiet n then bed I shower of a morning cause after dealing to kids all day I couldn't be bothered n it wakes me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    You wouldn't BELIEVE the double take I did when I first read this thread ! How ironic huh!
    Do tell!!

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    Twice a day if not more.

    I would love a child who could be bathed every other day but ds always manages to be putrid by nighttime and he showers in the Morning because he is smelly from the nappy and wipes don't seem to cut it.

    He's an extreamly sweaty boy as well so if it's warm he sometimes gets extra showers, I only wash his hair properly once a week and the night time shower is really just a rinse off(he hates his "bits" being washed) so I just do it in the mornings properly
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    Every day

    DS is 18 months and has a bath or shower every night after dinner and he sometimes jumps in the shower with me in the morning.


 

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