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    I have 3 children DD 8, DS1 6 and DS2 8 months and they bath every day always have done, but I understand when some only bath every second day but I suffer anxiety about dirt and germs so I can't let them skip a day.

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    Everyday, with the occasional exception-exhausted from preschool, out late at dinner etc.). They will always have a shower the morning after though. Their bath is part of their bedtime routine and they love to play for ages together, they'd be really sad if they didn't get one!

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    DS has a bath daily, except for the occasional night when he is absolutely exhausted and falls asleep. In that case it's a shower the next morning.

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    Everyday, unless we are out and arrive home to late.

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    My kids (DS 1.5 and DD 3.5) both have a shower with me every morning. occasionally DD will refuse to have one she gets "left stinky". Most days when that happens she will shower with Dh when he gets home from work.

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    My DS who is 3.5yr showers or baths daily even sometimes twice a day if he has been outside playing all morning before his day sleep he will have a shower & DD who is 9months has a bath or shower daily no matter what.

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    My DS has a bath every single day and if we are going out to dinner or somewhere when we will be home late I bath him early just like we have a shower before we go.

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    DS has a bath every night.

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    Every other day as reccomended by our GP due to his eczema, we can't keep him in the bath for too long either as it drys his skin out. We don't have a backyard and he dosnt go to daycare so rarely gets dirty anyway. He's 3.5.

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    Every night, unless things are crazy, then I don't mind one night skipped.

    I wouldn't be overally pleased if at 5 & 7 they didn't have a shower all weekend, just with the running around and general stuff my nearly 3 year old gets up to one day without a shower/bath is my limit!


 

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