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Taking Care of Newborns

[Summary]A Guide for First-Time Parents Bathing Basics You should give your baby a sponge bath until: the umbilical cord falls off and the navel heals completely (1-4 weeks) the circumcision heals (1-2 weeks) A bath two or three times a week in the first year

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A Guide for First-Time Parents

Bathing Basics

You should give your baby a sponge bath until:

the umbilical cord falls off and the navel heals completely (1-4 weeks)

the circumcision heals (1-2 weeks)

A bath two or three times a week in the first year is fine. More frequent bathing may be drying to the skin.

Have these items ready before bathing your baby:

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