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    Default 10week old all of a suddenly hates bath! What should I do?

    I have been following a routine of bath then bed for some time now with no problems. Usually she likes the bath & never cries.

    Last 3 days she has started screaming before I even undress her! Tonight I just walked into the bathroom & she cracked it hysterically crying.

    I have the room nice & warm & the water temp is 35-40 degrees.

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    We showered with our DS once he decided he didn't like baths, he loved it and would get all sleepy and cuddly. But be warned it's a two person job!!


 

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