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The usual time at which a baby or child is washed in a bath.
- ‘Any new parent knows that one of the big surprises of having a baby is how difficult bath time can be.’
- ‘By last night some were heading for clubs and pubs, some towards bath time.’
- ‘Fighting with the kids at bath time is one of the less pleasant aspects of parenting.’
- ‘Sing during bath-time to relieve the tension or have some soft music in the background.’
- ‘Here are some quick and fun ideas to build safety into bath time for any age child.’
- ‘A squirt of baby bath liquid for an older baby will give enough bubbles to liven up bath time.’
- ‘Think of two bottles of shampoo floating in the suds during the kid's bath time.’
- ‘Here are my two favorite people in the world getting ready for bathtime.’
- ‘She has a love/hate relationship with bathtime.’
- ‘Made of soft, floatable, foam, these books are perfect for bath time, playtime, or story time.’
- ‘How full can you fill the tub at bath time?’
- ‘Be careful not to get the soap/shampoo in your baby's eyes - stinging eyes can put babies off bathtime.’
- ‘By planning ahead now, you'll assure yourself of many years of happy bath times - for everyone.’
- ‘A few cups or beakers for demonstrating how to pour will liven up bathtime.’
- ‘Bed time, bath time, meal time - nothing will feel the same again.’
- ‘He is usually at home twice a week in time for supper and once a week for bathtime.’
- ‘Whether it is bath time, story time, or bedtime, consciously appreciate the moments you spend together.’
- ‘My singing voice is not quite up to scratch and best kept for bath time.’
- ‘And bath time is the best part of the day.’
- ‘I think it really captures how much he loves bath time.’
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