It’s a good thing babies don’t wear black turtlenecks. Because if they did, all of the ones suffering from the extremely common condition called “cradle cap,” or infantile seborrheic dermatitis, would have yucky flakes on their shoulders. Cradle cap isn’t so different from grown-up dandruff and is characterized by flaky, dry skin or thick, oily scaling or crusting patches. It’s not very cute—but the good news is, it’s completely harmless.
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There’s something that’s just so special about baby bath time. Your chubby little dumpling, all rosy and warm, splashing happily, giggling as you sing silly songs—now this is why you waddled around with heartburn and sciatica for 9 months!
Of course, if the water’s just a little too hot or the bubble bath’s just a little too harsh, you could end up with shrieks instead of blissful giggles.
Here are my been-there-done-that tips for achieving tub-time happiness:
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