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If there is much running water from the faucet, the water becomes lukewarm. So you should turn down the faucet a little so that it has little running water, and then the water will become more warm or hot. Then the baby in the bath tub will not feel cold. He can enjoy bathing there. When he yells, you should enter the bathroom and wash his hair with soap. After that dry the boy with the big towel. Then dress him the bath robe. Bring the boy into the living room to the bed. you should dress him in clothes.

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    If there is much running water from the faucet, the water becomes lukewarm. So you should turn down the faucet a little so that it has little running water, and then the water will become more warm or hot. Then the baby in the bath tub won't feel cold. He can enjoy bathing there. When he yells, you should enter the bathroom and wash his hair with soap. After that, dry the boy with the big towel, then dress him in the bath robe. Bring the boy into the living room then to the bed. Finally you should dress him in clothes.

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