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We had similar problems, however not that regularly. What worked for us was saying something like "please keep your hands up until you are cleaned", but honestly I'm not sure at what age this worked. In case the baby still tries to move his hands into the dirty area, you could block them just for a short moment with your back of the hand or with your arm ...
I do a body block by leaning across the baby's belly (without any weight being put on the baby) until I've got things cleaned up, up front. It also prevents the child rolling over and escaping the area where I am doing the changing. I can then move to a better angle for being certain I've got the back end fully cleaned up while knowing that at least the ...
Another option: Wash her hair yourself one more time. Calculate the amount of water you required to get the shampoo out of her hair throughly. Next time, give her the pre-calculated amount of water and tell her to rinse her hair with that water till that bucket is empty. Teach her to put most of the water on the back of her head since the water, while ...
Buy mirror. Mount mirror on wall near shower. After next shower, point to mirror. Point to hair. Point to bubbles in said hair. If this doesn't work, schedule an appointment with an optician.
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