“Sometimes its the smallest things that take up the most room in your heart”
Up until last week, it has been quite a battle to bath Baby Zeeq. He’d be screaming on top of his lungs, kicking his little soft legs. His cries got so ‘scary’ that I was worried that the neighbours would think Im torturing the poor soul. It was only later that I discovered that these episodes of menace could be minimised by a particular technique.
Shower his feet first and work your way up.
Baby Zeeq does not wash in a regular basin or tub. He has his own little plastic chair. So far, the technique works for him and its so nice to see him enjoying his bath. Yay!