Traditionally and as frequently suggested by most elders, the best time for a baby’s bath is during the mid-morning hours, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Try to adjust your baby’s bath and massageto the time of day when the sun is at its peak. Also, consider what’s convenient and practical for you. If you’re workingand the morning is rush hour for you – switch to giving your baby evening or night-time baths with no guilt. Even if you have a maid to take care of your baby, you might prefer to be around at bath-time.
According to experts, in the first three months, your baby is most vulnerable to temperature instability. If you’re concerned about the cool eveningair harming your baby, opt for a lukewarm bath and immediately dry your baby with soft toweloff thoroughly. She’ll enjoy being tucked into a warm bed right after her bath and settle for the night.