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  • Bathing your newborn - MayoClinic.com
    There's no need to give your newborn a bath every day. In fact, bathing your baby more than several times a week may dry out his or her skin.

  • How to bathe your baby
    Find out how to do it and what you'll need to make baby-bathing easy.

  • Bathing
    Only sponge baths should be given until the baby's cord has fallen off and the navel healed and dried. Thereafter, the infant may be bathed in a sink or tub or water using a babyseat.

  • Bathing Your Baby
    "India Parenting" presents several tips on bathing your baby.

  • Bathing your newborn baby
    Bringing your newborn child home from the hospital opens up whole new responsibilites for parents. One of these responsibilites is bathing your newborn baby. This warm intimate time with your child can be very rewarding. Bathing your child promotes a healthy bond that will grow with time.

  • eHow to Care for an Infant After a Bath
    Keep your baby cozy and warm when you remove him from the bath and follow these steps to not only care for his baby-soft skin, but bond with him as well.

  • eHow to Wash an Infant
    As soon as the umbilical cord and circumcision have healed, your baby is ready for a bath. Bathing your baby is not only easy, it can be fun for you both.

  • Infant bathing tips
    As a new parent it can sometimes be intimidating to give your baby his or her first bath. If the baby still has the umbilical cord attached there are some steps that should be taken in order to care for the delicate cord.

  • Infant Care: Bathing Your Newborn
    There are many products on the market for bathing a newborn from a stand alone tub to holders for your adult sized tub. Sponge bathing requires none of these. Later, these the bathing devices will be helpful. For now, simply use your changing table or a towel on the bed or crib.

  • Tub Bathing Your Baby
    After the cord has come off, you can begin bathing your baby in a tub. At first, the baby may object. But with time, the baby will come to enjoy having his or her clothes off, getting wet, and being washed.

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