It’s bathtime, and Baby Z just found a friend! See how the Finding Nemo Hooded Towel worked out after the tub.
30 Minutes with Baby: Take advantage of the huge variety of bath books available and read a couple each night. Pretty soon your baby will be telling you, or the rubber ducky, the stories himself.
“Something that worked for me was to sing silly bath songs. We loved ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘Splish! Splash! I was Takin’ a Bath’.
If you don’t know the words, you can just make them up. And adding my daughter’s name to the song always made her smile.”
- Jeannine D.
Mom to Lilly
30 Minutes with Baby: If you’ve got a tiny baby who isn’t sure about water yet, try a short massage during the bath or just after. Using relaxing circular movements, run your hands over her legs, her arms, then her tummy and eventually her face if she enjoys it. Talk to her or hum a tune as you go. Start with a few minutes and work your way up to a longer massage.