My second daughter loves her baths!

@dodo19 (33320)
Beaconsfield, Quebec
March 24, 2018 2:52pm CST
Yes, she does. Every couple of days, she'll ask me if she can have a bath. Honestly, I really don't have an issue. I have no problems getting her and her clean. When it comes to baths, she's the easiest one. My eldest doesn't give me hard time, but she doesn't really ask for a bath either. My son, on the other hand, is a different issue. He doesn't like baths as much, and he likes it even less when I wash his hair. At least my girls are pretty easy.
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@Juliaacv (32485)
• Canada
24 Mar
That's good that 2 of them are easy. Our son was always really easy and I think it was because he loved playing with his tub toys so much, and they weren't allowed out of the tub, so he couldn't play with them otherwise.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
24 Mar
That did make it easy for you for sure. My son gets a little difficult. He doesn't get too happy when we try to wash his hair. Hopefully he'll change.
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24 Mar
I never really thought about it until just now, but that's what my parents would do to. We had a little stash of "bath toys" for playing in the tub that I just never questioned.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
@belindac We have a few toys that are just for baths too, come to think of it.
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@BarBaraPrz (20552)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
24 Mar
Do your girls like bubble baths? I loved them as a kid, and still do.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
24 Mar
They definitely do love bubble baths. Even without the bubbles, they still manage to make it fun.
24 Mar
I LOVE bubble baths, but most of the apartments I've lived in the past few years only have showers.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
@belindac It's a shame you couldn't take bubble baths in those apartments. Hopefully you have a bath tub in your current place.
@just4him (124348)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Mar
One day they will see the importance of taking baths and being clean.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
24 Mar
They definitely will. It's good for them to have baths or showers.
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@just4him (124348)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Mar
@dodo19 I prefer showers.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
@just4him I prefer showers as well.
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@Corbin5 (113288)
• United States
24 Mar
Well, at least the girls do not mind those baths at all. Our son wanted to be underwater when he was a tiny baby. He had to be underwater. He loved being underwater. We had to watch him like a hawk. We could not keep him out of the water. He became a very talented swimmer, though.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
24 Mar
It's nice that your son loved the water so much and became a good swimmer. Although I can imagine how worried it made you.
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@Corbin5 (113288)
• United States
24 Mar
@dodo19 We just kept increasing the size of the pools in the backyard and ended with an in ground pool. We could never carry on a conversation with him due to his being under water the majority of the time.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
@Corbin5 I'm sure it was hard to talk to him, if he spent so much time in the pool. At least he found something he liked.
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@Marty1 (35519)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
25 Mar
Perhaps it is just the age of your son, and he will love to bathe when he gets older. I do know i had to take a bath every night I had no choice. Think about my dad as an adult he washed himself with two types of soap every day.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
I think it might be an age thing. I think there was a time when my girls weren't too fond of baths as well, if memory serves me right.
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@Marty1 (35519)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
27 Mar
@dodo19 it does seem that as i don't ever remember my dad staying in the shower as long as he did last 20 years of his life as when i was a child and he was younger.
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@Courtlynn (55679)
• United States
25 Mar
Well it's very good she's easy to bathe if your son don't care for it
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
Exactly. At least, my girls are pretty easy.
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@Courtlynn (55679)
• United States
25 Mar
@dodo19 Yeah.. I'm actually surprised when I hear some kids don't like baths. As all kids I've ever watched have loved taking baths and take them almost daily
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
@Courtlynn Some kids like baths, while others don't. I think it depends on the kids.
@Shavkat (65144)
• Philippines
25 Mar
When we were still young, my mother will freak out if we don't take a bath.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
It's definitely better to have a bath.
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@Shavkat (65144)
• Philippines
25 Mar
@dodo19 I agree. I think we just need to keep on nagging them about this concern. I hope they will take the advice seriously.
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@epiffanie (10408)
• Australia
27 Mar
I remember whe nmy boys turned 4, they decided that they won't have baths anymore .. they prefered to shower on their own...
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
27 Mar
At least, they were still willing to get cleaned. I wouldn't mind if they wanted to have a shower on their own. My second daughter will sometimes want showers.
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@AmbiePam (49884)
• United States
24 Mar
There was this kid I went to church with who came home from church camp with a tan he was so proud of. One bath later and his "tan" completely disappeared.
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@dodo19 (33320)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
25 Mar
Yeah, we can imagine what that tan was.
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