One of my many dream remodels is the main bathroom, trying to upgrade your shower can cost a lot of money. I am so tired of staring at the 1970s decor of the bathroom though, the same everything for over 20 years. It would make most of bathing chores between the children and the dog wonderful!
Kyler is the non-stop crying kid in the bath. Finally after a year I have learned a few tricks to bathing a child that hates baths.
Do they hate running water?
Sometimes a child may be sensitive to the sound of the running water or just not like it at all. If your child hates running water then make sure that showers are out of the question. Understanding where your child is with water first can make it even a little bit stress free. Yes it may take some time for this change to help them but if you're a parent you can agree that even 3 minutes less of crying is wonderful.
Call in the toys
See if your child's favorite character in bath friendly form helps them calm down. Maybe bath crayons or using letters to spell out simple words can keep them occupied and happy. It's easy to let them splash around when you have Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology,
Quick in and out
One of the best features of the Sterling shower doors is all the things you can do with a flexible track, you can sit on it and help clean the kids or the stinky family dog. Don't let your shower limit you to the doors because these are available in bath form as well!
Parents do you have tips for bath time?
If nothing else works use the quick in and out method. Make sure you have your child safe and that they will not slip and fall and just wash quick but efficiently.