Essential Tips For Safe Toddler Bath Time

When it comes to newborn bath time, the utmost care is put into every detail to make sure our baby is safe, comfortable and that their new skin is carefully cleaned.

My little ones love bath time and savor every second of it, sometimes begging to stay in even after the water has cooled off. They play and splash, help to wash themselves and even pretend to swim.

1. PREPARE

Making sure that all that you will need for bath and after are right on hand in the bathroom with you keeps you from having to possibly leave the room to go grab something as simple as a towel or some toys.

2. TEMPERATURE

Just like newborns, you need to be sure that the water temperature is comfortable for a toddler. It’s best to run the water and then shut it off before putting your toddler into the tub.

3. SLIP RESISTANT MAT

Bathtubs are so slippery and a fall could really hurt or injure your child but a simple no-slip mat can prevent that! Don’t have a mat just yet? Place a towel on the bottom of the tub!

4. REMOVE POSSIBLE HAZARDS

If your toddlers’ bath is shared with older siblings or yourself, be sure to remove things like adult soaps, shampoos and razors or keep them up high where they can be reached by little hands. A hanging shower organizer is a great way to keep these hazards up high!

5. USE SAFE PRODUCTS

We love the products from Baby Magic because they clean my little ones without all the bad stuff and they’ve been a family owned business focused on making the best baby products for 65 years!

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