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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecky Dee View Post
    Tried showering but he can be quite hard to hold.. He's 10.5kg and gets slippery
    Oh yes they are slippery once soaped up! If you have a large shower and a detachable shower head you can lay DS in the base of the shower, soap him up and then rinse him with the detached shower head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    We just used a normal bath. Just 2 inches of water and laid bub flat on his back, he loved kicking his arms and legs and it's so good for them to get used to the water. Can put your hand under their head until they get used to it or if you're not comfortable etc.
    Laurie Lawrence has a good dvd regarding this - you should be able to get it free if it's not already on YouTube.
    We do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    We just used a normal bath. Just 2 inches of water and laid bub flat on his back, he loved kicking his arms and legs and it's so good for them to get used to the water. Can put your hand under their head until they get used to it or if you're not comfortable etc.
    Laurie Lawrence has a good dvd regarding this - you should be able to get it free if it's not already on YouTube.
    kneeling by the bath or a little stool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I put a towel in the bottom of our bath and laid Bub on that.
    I did this with DS from about 3 months old. He loved lying down in the bath

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    kneeling by the bath or a little stool?
    Whatever is more comfortable really. I have a little step I sat on. Also did the lay baby in bath with a little bit of water.

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    Default Baby bath

    We used a little reclining seat in a normal bath from newborn until he could sit up on his own (9 months!). It was just a little reclined metal frame that had a terry towel seat that stretched over it that we could pull off to dry, wash, etc. it was great. ☺️

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    This is what we used, sorry we're in London so a UK link but know you can find them in OZ as I used them as a nanny.

    http://m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnle...03#page_loaded

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    kneeling by the bath or a little stool?
    I just kneeled on the bath mat or folded up towel, I was usually fine comfort wise since I only had to kneel and not fully support him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    That's a good idea.. I've looked at something similar


 

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