Personally, I have two children,10 and 3, and i allowed my children to be alone in the bathroom(with the door open, and often looking in on them) when they were 2 years old or so. Never before that age because they don't have the reflexes and other motor skills to prevent any accidents. I think letting them play in the water by themselves or an older sibling is great fun for them, and it allows a stressed out parent a break(it makes a mess sometimes but it's worth it, lol!) Just never leave them alone too long and keep music or other noise down so you can actively hear what's up in there. As for letting them completely alone in the bath(with the door shut) probably 5 years old or when they start kindergarden is cool. Another thing is don't let them lock the door in case they need your help. 21 years old! No, seriously, you NEVER want to leave a child alone in the tub, EVER. It takes only 2 minutes for tradgedy to strike. If they are old enough to bathe alone, no assistance, then it's O.K., but other than that, it's not worth the risk, even for ONE minute. Ignore the phone, siblings fighting etc.. If you must leave, take the child out of the tub and bring them with you. One mother I know, who had a hadicapped child in the tub with a safety stap on a special bathing platform went to get clean towels and was gone about 1-2 minutes. The child slipped down below the safety stap and DROWNED> It's not worth the chance. Besides losing a child, the guilt etc.. you could be charged with negligent homicide. PLEASE, do not leave a child alone in the tub, even under the supervision of an older sibling. IT'S NOT WORTH IT. GODSPEED
Yes. Drowning is not about the amount of water the person is in but how the water enters the persons system. If the child gets too much bath water in their lungs at once without being able to spit it out they can drown. But...a child should NEVER be left alone in a bath long enough for that to happen....PERIOD!
Cross Street, Cook, Stay home alone, Bath
How long do you have to wait before you can bath puppies?
No; sharing a bath does not spread gonorrhea.A child won't get gonorrhea from a mother in the bath tub.
because her dad was a docter
you should leave the waxed area alone for about 4 hours before touching it. after that a warm bath, without to many soapy products is suggested.
Patricia Bath Didn't have any siblings she was the only child.
Yes, a child with measles should be given a bath. An oatmeal bathe would decrease the itching the child has. A bath will also relax the child and aid in falling asleep.
You draw him a bath and then leave him alone.
Give them a bath.
All that they used before bath soap was cold or warm water
The time it takes for the bath to be run.
you do not do it alone. The attention will light up and you press any button and it will go to the bathroom and start taking a bath. This is only for V6.
She has a child named Eraka
No Patricia Bath has no siblings.Patricia Bath was the second child and first daughter. I dont know if Thus is her brother but she must have a brother.
Children may not always enjoy bath time. Some children enjoy it more than others. But by adding a bath toy, it can become fun and interesting for your child. There are educational toys, wind up toys, interactive toys, inflatable toys, so how do you know which one to buy for your child’s bath time? Following these simple steps will help you narrow down your choice. -Step 1: How old is your child The age of your child will determine what kind of toy to buy. There is no point buying a toy that is too young for your child, otherwise they won’t be interested. Buying one that is too old for them will mean they won’t be able to understand the toy. -Step 2: Budget How much can you afford to spend? Decide on a budget before looking at the toys, then you can stick to the budget even if you see something you really want. -Step 3: Educational or non-educational Decide whether you want a toy that is educational for your child, or one that is simply fun. This will narrow down your selection. The only real difference is whether your child will be learning from the toy or not. -Step 4: Space How much space your child has in the bath will make a difference. If your bath is very small, some larger toys will not be suitable. If your child is in a baby bath, then again some toys will not be suitable. -Step 5: Safety Ensure that all toys are safe for your child and consider how much supervision your child will need with the toy. Once you have chosen your bath toy, you and your child can have a fun bath time experience, helping you child to get used to and enjoy water.
Patricia Bath is the first daughter and the second child of her family so she must have an older brother.
Yes, she was born in Bath and is an only child
Can I give my dog a bath befor she hav her babes
i would give my daschund a bath every week, but when you first get him, wait about 3 weeks until you give him a bath
they take a bath