Monday, April 8, 2013

How To Shower A Toddler :>

I've been giving Nui Nui a shower ever since mid-December last year, which translates to when she was almost 15 months. She was able to stand a walk decently steadily and thought she was outgrowing her baby tub so it was about time.

I love giving Nui Nui showers and glad I started early because I think, it seems, it might be more difficult later? I don't know, I could be wrong. But I think it's definitely cleaner— she's not bathing in stagnant (eventually) dirty water and my bath tub now has minimal soap scum :> Moreover, the transition was decently easy and natural, which I think is important in any development stage. I let Nui Nui freely come in and out of the bathroom when I'm showering so she knew what it was and what to expect. To be honest, I think she learns a lot when she's in the shower. Hot vs. cold, parts of the body, singing ABC and other songs, counting to 10, bath products, and playing with water. I find it to be a very productive time.

So, here, I share with you Nui Nui's shower setup and how it all works. If you're looking to start showering your little one or just want to see what works for us, hopefully this helps.

Enjoy and thanks for reading/watching!

Have any fun showering stories or tips for parents? Share below, we'd love to hear! :>

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