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Bathing a Baby (Continuing Education)

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Bathing a Baby

1. 
Babies do not need a bath everyday,                  times a week is usually enough until the baby becomes more mobile.
2. 
Bathing a baby too often may cause the baby's skin to become               .
3. 
The best time to bathe a baby is when you're not                    and will not be                             .
4. 
Do not bathe a baby immediately after a                     .
5. 
Whether using a plastic tub or sink to bathe a baby, line it with a                             .
6. 
Before beginning a baby's bath, have all necessary items                                 .
7. 
When bathing a baby, fill the tub or sink with approximately                                  of                water.
8. 
The temperature of the baby's bath water should be around                                                            and the room temperature should be               .
9. 
In order to securely hold a baby during a bath, use your                            arm to support the baby's head and neck and the other to wash and rinse the baby.
10. 
When beginning to wash a baby in the bath, start with the baby's                and move                       , this keeps rinsed areas from getting soapy again.
11. 
When washing baby's hair, gently massage a                of mild baby shampoo onto the baby's scalp and rinse the shampoo with a cup of water or a damp washcloth, cupping one hand across the baby's                        to keep the suds away from his or her eyes.
12. 
Babies usually don't require a                              after a bath. If a baby's skin is dry, you may be bathing the baby too often.

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