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    Default Fontanelle- soft spot question?

    DD had a little bit of cradle cap on her head and I removed most of it with a soft brush and baby oil, except over her soft spot- I don't like to touch it- am I being paranoid? I know you have to be careful around that area but can you softly brush it?
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    Default Fontanelle- soft spot question?

    Softly brushing should be fine, just be extra careful

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    It's fine to brush it softly

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