Almost every night. Unless we have a late dinner, in which case they have a bath first thing the following morning. I don't mind if they are dirty.
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29-04-2012 20:06 #71
29-04-2012 20:09 #72Senior Member
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4 times a week for my girls, less for my baby boy.
Would love to make it part of the nightly bedtime routine but their eczema flares up too much if I bath them more frequently.
We don't have a backyard though, so they don't ever get really grubby.
29-04-2012 20:37 #73
29-04-2012 20:49 #74Senior Member
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Every morning and night
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29-04-2012 20:56 #75
My DS has eczema bad, he's 6. And yet this is the first I've heard about bathing them every second day to reduce flare ups. We've been struggling with his eczema again lately so I think I'll give it a go!
We bath once a day here though.
29-04-2012 21:06 #76-
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I bath the girls every night.
They could go 2 days (on most days) but like you, it's part of our 'routine'.
29-04-2012 21:15 #77
We used to do nightly baths untill just before eighteen months but seeing as hed never slept through the night we've ditched that idea and bath both boys 2 and 7 months on days we have been to the park or play centre, so three or four times a week..
29-04-2012 21:15 #78
I bath my DD who is 13 months old everynight! She loves the bath so much lol! Sometimes when we hang a towel over the chair she will pull it off look at me and walk to the bathroom door and if she hears anyone say the word "bath" she gets so exited and squeals lol!
29-04-2012 21:17 #79
Bath every night between 5-6.30pm luckily she loves the bath and is part of our routine
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29-04-2012 21:22 #80
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