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How to Bathe a Baby 4 - From Top to Bottom


How to Bathe a Baby 4 - From Top to Bottom


This in-depth video is the fourth and final video in the “Bathing Baby” series.  Parents and professionals share many insights you can incorporate when bathing your baby.You will find detailed answers to many questions you might have about how to wash the eyes, ears, body and mouth.  Professionals explain bathing differences between boys and girls, and how to handle rashes and the umbilical cord. They also discuss the use of soap and how to dry your baby.The guidelines provided in this video will enable you, or anyone caring for your baby, to create a secure, interactive and nurturing bath time experience for your baby. 

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