Bath­time rit­u­als

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Life style & Shop -

As your kids grow older and be­come more in­de­pen­dent, they might be­come in­ter­ested in tak­ing care of them­selves, and want to make their own choices around what they like and dis­like. Christina Hin­der­lich, head of Mid­wives Spe­cial­ist Area at Weleda, says, “It is won­der­ful for chil­dren to ex­pe­ri­ence and un­der­stand life with all their senses. Try­ing things out for them­selves – tast­ing, smelling, feel­ing, hear­ing and gain­ing ex­pe­ri­ence along­side oth­ers – are the im­por­tant ways they learn and key for grow­ing into cre­ative, so­cial in­di­vid­u­als.”

At bath time, when your bub has grad­u­ated from baby sham­poo and wash, you’ll be on the look­out for bath prod­ucts that your kids will be happy to use, yet still have the gen­tle prop­er­ties that you’re ac­cus­tomed to us­ing at bath time. Here are some of our top picks…

$12.95

Weleda Kids 2 in 1 Sham­poo & Body Wash, 150ml, $14.95 Jack N’Jill Seren­ity Bub­ble Bath, 300ml,

Eco­s­tore kids 3-in-1 con­di­tion­ing sham­poo & body wash, 350ml, $9.99

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