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    Default How often do you wash your LO's hair?

    Hello,

    I just read in another thread where a woman washes her childs hair 3 times a week and wrote that people think that's gross. (btw, I don't think that's gross 3 times a week)

    I only wash my childrens hair (nearly 6 and under) twice a week. Once after swimming lessons on a Tuesday and then on a Friday night after the school week has finished.

    Do you find this gross and what do you do??

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    Every day, but that's because she has showers rather than baths.

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    DD is almost 10mo and I wash her hair every night. She manages to deposit a significant quantity of her meals in her hair so most of the time it's needed!

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    lol i am confused do ppl think it is gross because it is not often enough? I wash my kids hair when it has too much food in it but other than that I cannot remember the last time I washed it properly (they do get their hair wet in the bath n shower). Unless it smells or looks dirty then i dont see the need to wash it all the time.

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    At least every second night - they're 6 and 2.

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    Every night but we live in a humid environment so they get very sweaty

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    lulu 2, I am thinking that it's meant to mean gross for only doing it 3 times a week and that it should be more often??

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    Every night. He has a shower so it gets wet anyway and plays outside heaps and always manages to get some sort of manky residue in his hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Every day, but that's because she has showers rather than baths.
    My girls mostly have baths. I have to say when the oldest does have a shower it does get done then too. If you were bathing her, would you still do it every night?

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    When it has food in it, maybe 2-3 times per week.


 

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