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    I would to go grab pj's but not to watch the news.

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    No. The news is on at 4, 5 and 6pm with follow ups at 7pm. Surely they can catch one of those.

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    Nope. Mine are 5& 6 and we are just getting comfortable leaving them unsupervised in the bath.

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    Mine are 3 and a half and 4 and a half yrs and play in the bath for about an hour while I sit just outside at the kitchen table (with a clear view). I feel perfectly comfortable with this.
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    It not the 4 year olds job to supervise another child. I would never leave two children that young in a bath together.
    I do sometimes leaves my 3.5 year old in the bath while I take the 9 month old to the lounge to dry and dress. In saying that the bathroom is off the lounge and I can hear everything he is doing.

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    Leave my 3 year old while I potter about the kitchen right in the next room for 5-10 mins. I listen out for her singing and talking (she is never silent in the bath). I check on her every couple of minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    Leave my 3 year old while I potter about the kitchen right in the next room for 5-10 mins. I listen out for her singing and talking (she is never silent in the bath). I check on her every couple of minutes.
    Same, I have no issue with DS in the bath while I potter about - he is noisy in his little fantasy play world too. If he goes silent I am in there in a flash, he says 'I'm fine mummy'....

    I only fill the tub about 15cm too.

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    Not a 2yo, no. It's not up to the 4yo sibling to supervise.

    I leave our 6yo answer 4yo in the bath together, and i am always very close by, not watching tv. When our 20month old is in there, one of us is always in the room with them all.

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    Not for an extended period of time.

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