1. Relax and enjoy.
Most pediatricians believe that babies do not have to take a bath every day, but babies do need the caress and teasing of their parents and other people who love him every day, and bathing is one of the opportunities. At the same time, it can also help children develop very important hygiene habits. Bathing is an activity that everyone should carry out regularly.
2. Let children have a sense of security. If you don’t know how to bathe your newborn baby, you can ask the doctor for advice, and you can also get some experience and advice from the old man, so that you will know it well. If you have confidence, you and the baby will feel safer. When bathing the child, you can gently sing and speak to the child, and encourage the child to clap water and play, so that the child can spend this time happily.
3. Make children completely comfortable. Newborn babies like to bathe in small bathtubs because they feel that bathing in large bathtubs will sink. You can put the towel on the edge of the bathtub, help the child with one hand, make him face you, and bathe the child with the other hand. Pay attention to the bath water and room temperature. Bathe your child with non irritating soap, shampoo and soft towels. Close the safety valve of the faucet to prevent the child from unscrewing the faucet. After taking the child out of the bath, wrap him up with a large dry towel.
4. Find out children’s habits. Sometimes you can easily solve problems by touching your child’s hobby in the bath. If a child likes to take a bath by himself, let him do it by himself. You can choose a toy for him to play with in the bath. But you must be careful not to hurt the child’s eyes with soapy water. According to the child’s hobby, decide how much water and water it will put in. In other words, let the child has the final say in the bath. In this way, you and your child won’t quarrel over taking a bath.