Have you ever know a toddler who hates to take a bath? Most toddlers love taking a bath. For them, bath time is the most enjoyable activity of the day. But not at all children have a positive attitude to bathing. In fact, even a child who loves the water may sometimes run away from it. It's really up to the mother to encourage her toddler to take a bath. In any case, here are some things to keep in mind for the safety of your child at bath time.
- Check the combination of hot and cold water. Extreme temperatures may harm your child's skin and health.
- If you have a bathtub, keep the water level low to prevent drowning.
- Never leave your child alone. You do not know what he may do (taste the soap, hurt his eye, slip on the tile, etc.)
- Start the bath early (depending on your geographical location). Toddlers can adapt to the climate in their area. Choose the time that you think your child is most comfortable with.
- Keep your child seated. Let him stand if necessary to clean up unreachable parts.
- Don't allow him to drink bath water.