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How to bathe a newborn baby?

You may be a little apprehensive about giving your baby his first bath. You must be wondering what is the best and safest way to wash your little one. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, as long as the umbilical cord is still there (about 2 weeks or so), it is recommended that you only wash your child with a damp sponge. You can also use mild soap. Make sure the room is warm and you can bathe your baby on the changing table, bed or floor. Always keep your hands on your baby to make sure he doesn't fall. To prepare for bath time, have a Baby Wash Basins with clean warm water and 2 towels nearby (one for water and one for soap). At a few weeks old, always keep your baby warm by wrapping him in a soft towel and showing one over the parts of your body you want to clean. Beware,
The area you should make sure to clean it properly is the diaper area - as you can imagine - and the surroundings. Clean the area properly after changing diapers. Other areas are the face, mouth, and anywhere the skin is folded. Where does the skin fold? In the armpits, groin, behind the ears, such as the neck. You should regularly clean these areas with a damp sponge or towel. By doing this every day, you only need to bathe your baby a few times a week (no more than 2 or 3).
Frequent washing of newborns can dry out their delicate skin. Make sure to dry your baby properly with a towel. You can use a fragrance-free, hypoallergenic baby lotion to help prevent dry skin. After the navel has healed, you can put your baby directly into the water. The first bath should be gentle and brief. If your baby cries or reacts during the bath, just go back to the sponge for a while, try again, and you'll see if your baby likes it more.
Baby Wash Basins are also recommended when your child is young. You can fill Baby Wash Basins with 2 inches of warm water. It is very important to check the water temperature on your wrist or elbow, it should be warm and not hot.
Make sure everything you need in the shower, from soap to towels to new diapers, is on hand and the temperature of the room is warm again. While bathing, there is also a cup on hand that you can use to rinse your baby well. If for some reason you forget something or the phone rings, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER leave your baby, you must bring your baby, so always have a dry towel nearby just in case.
Babies react to water differently, if your child loves it, let your baby splash and have fun. The more he played, the less afraid of water he became. Bathing should be a soothing experience. At a young age, toys are not that important. Your baby will be irritated by water and laundry. When your baby is older, you can give him some waterproof toys to play with.
Another helpful idea is to use a baby towel with a built-in hood, which will keep your baby warm from head to toe. It's also a good idea to keep an extra towel for yourself. You never know, your baby might enjoy bath time and splash water all over his body. Remember, a bath prepares your baby for sleep, so make it fun and relaxing.
Really when your little one gets older and he starts crawling around, playing with his food or playing outside, you really need to do a full body wash more often. But even if you're tired of your day, try to enjoy it with your baby. Have fun and watch your little one discover everything he will find.

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How to bathe a newborn baby?

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