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February 26th, 2017, 10:44 PM
Join Date: Feb 2017
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hello, im a little new to the site.

i was just looking for bath time tips for my five year old daughter. she is very delayed due to seizures, and the medications she was on. she cant walk, crawl or communicate at all and has a hard time sitting up on her own. its always been a bit of a struggle giving her a bath because of her long hair but as she gets bigger its been getting worse. sitting up in the bath she constantly wants lean forward and fold herself in half like shes trying to put her face in the water so we always have to have one hand around her at all times which really isnt much of an issues until we try to rinse her hair. since i dont have three or four hands, does anyone know a good way to help her sit up on her own so i can properly rinse her haair and keep soap out her eyes.

much appreciation for any advice on the issue.

ps. i hope its okay not a mom, just a dad way in over his head.
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