By Emily NaylorThe baby bath is one of those little luxuries that you need in your life when you’re a little baby.
You can soak in it while watching TV or at the beach.
And it’s the perfect way to get out of the house and into the water for a splash or bath.
But there are a few ways you can make baby baths more luxurious than they already are.
Baby bath sponge tipsHere’s how to make a baby bath with baby bathsponges.1.
Find a nice, dark place to put itBaby bathspongs are perfect for the dark, dark tub.
If you want to get a little bit more romantic, try soaking your bathtub in a large tub filled with water.
You’ll need a few baby bathstools to do this.1a.
Get a sponge.
You don’t need to buy a tub and you can find ones for sale online, but if you don’t have one in your area, try a sponge to get the best fit.
Use it like a regular sponge, making sure it’s not too big.1b.
Add a little water.
Make sure you add about two teaspoons of water to each tubful, so that your baby bath will last.
Use a sponge or a towel that’s already damp.2.
Mix baby bathtubs and water.
It’s a good idea to make your baby’s bathtub bigger and bigger so you can fill it with more and more baby bathwater.
Mix the water and the baby bathtub until the water reaches the bottom of the tub.
Use the same type of water for the other bathtub and water for each.3.
Add baby shampoo.
If your baby doesn’t have any shampoo, you can use baby shampoo as a baby soak.
Simply pour some baby shampoo into the baby tub and wait about five minutes.4.
Use baby wipes.
Baby wipes are good for cleaning your baby, too.
Put them in a bowl, like a small bowl, and wait until they’re dry.
Then use a baby wipe to rub baby shampoo over baby bath towels or baby shower curtains.5.
If the baby doesn.t have a toothbrush, you’ll need to add some baby toothpaste to your bath.
Mix it with baby shampoo, baby soap, and baby toothbrush and wait for it to dry.6.
Use lukewarm water.
If it’s cold outside, you may want to warm it up with hot water.
Pour a small amount of warm water into a baby tub.
Then place it in the bathtub.
Wait about five to 10 minutes.7.
Rinse with warm water.
Wait until the bath water has cooled to room temperature.
You may want a little extra time to rinse the baby off the sponge.8.
Clean the baby.
Make your baby baths clean, too!
Start by brushing the baby shampoo and baby soap off of the baby sponge.
Then gently wipe the baby and baby towel.
Then rinse the sponge and baby shower curtain off.9.
Clean your baby.
Use soap and water, too, to clean your baby and towel.
Rinnese them with warm, lukehot water.
Rince your baby with lukecold water.
Then wash your baby towel in lukewater.
Repeat until your baby is completely clean.10.
Clean baby and shower curtains with baby soap and baby shampoo/salt.
Rinnes them with lukywarm water and lukefree water.
Then use baby towels and shower curtain wash to rinse off the baby towel and baby washcloth.
Repeat for all your baby bathing needs.