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    My stepkids (8 & 9) have a shower every second day depending on how dirty they are. The are generally clean so is ok to skip the day. It was the habit DH had them in before I met him so I wasn't going to interfere.

    That said I plan on bathing/showering our bub every day even if it is just water. Just think with dirty nappies they really need to be washed every day.

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    Every 2nd day here (both DS 8 and DD 3.5 hate water) unless they are particularly dirty. If they get slightly dirty but not enough to warrant the stress of a bath/shower we sponge them down.

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    Everyday, sometimes my youngest gets 2 a day.. Lol my eldest is just starting the early onset of puberty so she needs one everyday at least


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    Daily. I shower daily so why shouldn't my children?
    We shower/bath in the mornings, I cannot leave the house without a shower.

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    I used to bath my kids every 2nd day because a dermatologist recommended it due to eczema.
    Since then, a different dermatologist said daily bathing would help keep bacteria away and stop eczema flare-ups, so now I bath them daily.

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    Every day to every second day. Just had a full on weekend and realised none of the kids including the 5 and 8 year old showered all weekend. (hangs head in shame)..... All still breathing and best of all they had a fantastic weekend with 2 family dinners, and massive outings both days.

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    on doctors orders DD twice a week, DS once a week. Both have eczema.
    Unless they have gotten extremely grubby, pooey, spewey nappy leaked ect then i will give them an extra bath, of course.
    No bath products just warm water and a cloth them i coat them in dermeeze 3 times a day.


 

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