Special Time For 1 Month Old Baby Bathing?
Do you want the baby not to be bathed above JM10. ??
From the information you have conveyed, in general there is no specific time that determines the baby's bath time. So in general, you can bathe your baby at 10 in the afternoon. However, you need to pay attention to your baby's toddler bathing at 10 in the afternoon. If there are no goals and benefits for your baby, then you should consider a more ideal bath time for your baby in terms of playtime, meals, your baby's activities and the habits that will be formed.
Some suggestions, regarding your baby's bath time are:
1. Avoid bathing the baby immediately after the baby is full
2. Avoid bathing the baby immediately after the baby when the baby is hungry
3. Avoid bathing the baby immediately after the baby wakes up or is sleepy
bathe your baby during the day, it will reduce or less put your baby's activity time to socialize with family or neighbors in a normative manner, moist skin can cause itching complaints in babies, leftover food that sticks may cause complaints of itching, the baby will look shabby when playing or socializing.
Often babies wake up in the morning, start activities by playing, crying, socializing with the environment, eating, then sleeping again. Thus, if your baby hasn't bathed, then this may be missed when your baby goes to sleep around 9 or 10 in the afternoon.
Therefore, consider the right time for your baby to bathe, so that it is more beneficial for both the health of the baby and your baby's social relationships.
If you need better information regarding how to care for your baby, baby's habits, and development, you can discuss it directly with your pediatrician.
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