When bathing a newborn baby, there are some things to keep in mind. Some tips will make bathing the baby safe and safe.
5 Things To Know Baby First Bath Newborns
1. Sponge Bath
Even with the baby bathtub out, a newborn can still be given a sponge bath. This will help them get used to the water and protect the umbilical cord.
Babies can burn easily. If the water is too hot, it can be painful. The water should be lukewarm, and the room temperature should not be more than 80 degrees.
3. No Bath Toys
Bath toys are bad for small babies. They would be overstimulated and will not see the value in playing. Save these toys for the toddler stage.
4. Daily Bath Are Not Needed
A baby does not have to have a bath every day unless they are spitting upon themselves. A newborn can be bathed three times a week, and this will be enough. Bathing too often will dry out their sensitive skin.
5. Baths May Is Not Enjoyable
A newborn may not enjoy bath time. If they do not appear pleased, they will need to get used to it. If the baby is upset, they should not be forced to stay in the tub.
These are some tips for bath time for newborns. These tips will allow bath time to be successful and teach little ones how to enjoy their bath.