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    Default How old was/would you expect..

    I should clarify, my 6yo is capable of doing the above with instruction, but would just stuff around without me doing it for her.

    Also I think that temperature controlled water is important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    It is just force of habit for me to have them lined up - conveyer belt style
    I think it's a bit different when you have more than 1-2 children lol. I still have to supervise my boys (almost 4 and 5) doing all the above, hell I still wipe their bums!!

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    My 3 year old does mostly everything, except turn on and off the shower. But she washes, brushes her teeth, gets dressed, goes to the toilet, tries to get her own breakfast if its cereal ( im supervising ) etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Loofah? Gee I dont even have one lol. Lives of the rich and famous hehe
    We bought them at Target, in the bath section. It's a Spiderman box with two loofahs that have a large toy spiderman as the handle, so kids can hold them, and the Spiderman {men?} squirts water from his head.

    Only cost $9 and have lasted for two years now!

    It's the only way I know she'll scrub every inch, because they lather up better than a facewasher


 

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