Time To Bathe The Baby?
Ideally, babies take a bath for the morning and evening around brp, right? Is it okay to take a bath too late because I wait for my child to take a shower. usually it is 9/10 in the morning … and in the afternoon sometimes at sunset, I wash it … the answer is … thank you
From the information you have conveyed, in general there is no specific standard of the right time to bathe the baby, however, what is a concern is
1. Do not bathe the baby immediately after the baby wakes up or is sleepy
2. Do not bathe the baby immediately after the baby is full
3. Do not bathe the baby directly after the baby when the baby is hungry
In addition, it is necessary to pay attention to the habit of bathing day and night, although there are no restrictions, you need to consider your baby's habit of adjusting to his biological clock and habits.
Basically, babies need nearly 14-18 hours of sleep each day, and this will decrease with age. As such, it is important that you place positive times early on, so that your baby can sleep and do activities at a more positive time.
Mostly, babies wake up at 5 o'clock or 6 o'clock, so that has more of a positive side for babies and families, so getting used to baby's bedtime will be better for babies in their developmental period.
When your baby wakes up in the morning, there are many things that can be accepted by your baby, such as:
1. Get sunlight in the morning, thus helping bone growth
2. interact with father or mother or other family members before work or school, so that emotional closeness is closer
3. Shower early and play outdoors, will help your baby to be more active, then your baby can sleep again when tired
4. Bathing the baby in the afternoon will also help the baby fresher and can interact outside the home and socialize
5. Afternoon baths will help your baby sleep earlier, so that your baby can wake up early
Thus, although there is no prohibition on bathing your baby at 9 o'clock and at sunset, you can consider other aspects that might be more beneficial for your baby and your baby's development.
If you need more detailed information related to your baby's growth and development, then you can consult a pediatrician who specializes in growth and development.
That is the information we can convey, also read baby bath time.