My daughter is almost six, and my son just turned 2. Most times, they bathe together. My daughter always asks if he can take a bath with her. They have their toys in the tub, colorful water bombs, and of course, bubbles. They have a great time splashing around. But I just wanted to ask you guys about the age I should stop bathing both kids together.
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I think when they don’t want to anymore they normally say when they feel uncomfortable about it xx
When either one doesn’t want to anymore.
When they don’t want to anymore.
My BG twins are almost seven and still regularly bath together.
I’d agree, when one of them isn’t comfortable any longer.
Either when she gets uncomfortable with it or when she starts asking questions about their different parts
We’ve mostly stopped at 4 (boy) and 2 (girl)
Until someone is uncomfortable… Either you or one of them. Seeing their differences at such a young age is good because it makes those early conversations easy. “Mom, why does his bottom look different than mine?”, “that’s because he’s a boy and you’re a girl. Boys have penises, girls have vaginas. We pee differently.”
I would also agree that children will ask when they want to take a bath/ shower alone. My boys are 5 and 3 and bathe together but there are times when they ask for “personal space” and need that time to bathe alone, when either of them says they’d like to do that regularly is when it’ll happen.
When one wants to by themselves! Respect it. My son was 4 my daughter was 3.
One of them will say they dont wanna have a bath with the other…and that’s when it will stop. Mine were…7 and 4, and they stopped wanting to share bathtime. And that was it.
My older brother and I would bathe together until one day I pointed out changes in his body and he was like “mum that’s enough, she’s not coming in here anymore”
My 4 yr old boy and 5 yr old girl still take baths together. Easier on me and they want too! So…
I have two girls (7 yrs and almost 2) they always bathe together lol. Easier for this mama and I’ll do it that way til I cant anymore
When one of them doesn’t want to.
I think when she starts to ask questions about why he looks different down there is when I would stop.
They’ll usually let you know when they feel uncomfortable for my daughter it was 8 and her brother was 3. She just one day decided he couldn’t see her naked, when I asked she said he wasn’t a baby anymore and that he was a boy and boys and girls don’t look at each other naked unless they get married. It happened to be something they learned in school during sexual abuse awareness month probably a year before and we just finished potty training him and started calling him a big boy.
Also obviously if they get “too” curious about the other ones private parts, I’m not saying asking about them, but trying to touch them then it’s time to explain that’s not okay and have different bath times. I never experienced that, but a friend of mine did with her kids.
I have an 8 yr old boy and 3 yr old twin girls, they still occasionally bath together.