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Old 10-17-2012, 08:22 AM   #71
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Re: Unsupervised Bathing

2.5 for both my older kiddos so far. They aren't completely unsupervised, I am within earshot and if I stop hearing them then i rush over or call out to check if they're ok. They generally make a big noise in the bath and are both chatty kids. They are also both very responsible for their ages, especially the 4 year old. She is also the kind of kid who will call me right away if something is wrong. I think with my 4 year old she will be pretty good unsupervised by 5. I mean, I can now leave her if she's in the bath alone and go downstairs and check on dinner and I feel ok with that. I still will check on her frequently.


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Old 10-17-2012, 08:34 AM   #72
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Re: Unsupervised Bathing

,ine were 4 and 3 (bathe together)...I am in a small little 3 bedroom condo so "right around the corner" no matter what room I am in....I will yell their names and wait for an answer if it gets too quite (like never with 2 in a tub) they have the baby in with them (she is 1) so I am usually in the room the whole time with baby in there....but Parker is 5 and Emma almost 4 so I do trust that they will yell if anything happens to a sibling.
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