If you find that your child is becoming resistant to bath time, take a closer look at your daily routine and ask yourself these questions:
Parents often incorporate bath time as part of a bed time routine — bath time, teeth brushing, story time and then bed. But an important thing to consider with any routine is, does that work for your child? While it's important to create routines, waiting until your child is too tired can cause or trigger additional and potentially unnecessary problems both with your routine and bath time. If you suspect the timing could be a cause, try altering your child's routine by moving it up to an earlier time.
Some kids simply become bored with, or grow out of, their bath toys. Check to see if your bath area is stocked with age-appropriate bath toys for your child and/or change them out every so often. Just like with play toys, children can become easily bored with bath toys over time.
These bath time tips help to make bath time safer and run a little smoother for both you and your child.
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