Splish, splash, it’s time for a bath! Bathing your baby can be a fun and exciting time, though it can also strike fear in new parents. Babies slipping and sliding around in a tub of water could be a dangerous mix if special precautions aren’t taken. That’s why I have provided a helpful guide as your resource for your infant bathing concerns and questions.
You’ll need a few extra items besides just a rubber ducky and a towel. In this category I’ll cover what exactly you need with a complete checklist for infant bathing supplies. I’ll also discuss the questions most commonly asked by new parents. With the articles provided in this section you’ll find tips and suggestions to help ease those fears and make bath time safe and more comfortable for you and your baby.
Bath time is not only essential for cleanliness, it also creates a special bonding moment with your baby. One of the ways that babies connect to mom, especially newborns, is by touch. Your baby may or may not like their first bath so don’t feel discouraged or as though you’re doing something wrong if your baby cries during their first bathing experience. Within time your baby will soon become familiar with bathing as part of their normal routine and before you know it you’ll both be enjoying this special time.
Below you will find a guide on the listed articles I’ve covered for this category: