|Publisher:||Workman Publishing Company, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Craighton Berman is a designer, illustrator, and inventor based in Chicago. He is the founder and creative director of Manual, a brand that makes designed objects for food and drink, as well as an adjunct professor at University of Illinois at Chicago. He has design work in the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, he was the first designer ever to use Kickstarter to launch a product, he taught a drawing workshop to Disney Imagineering, and his drawings are featured in a YouTube video with over 6 million views.
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Chapter 5 Bath Time & Grooming When I was a new parent, everyone raved about the deliciousness of “that new baby smell.” What were they so excited about? My baby usually smelled like yogurt that had been left out of the fridge. I eventually figured out how to keep my kid (mostly) clean and (somewhat) groomed, but it took practice. You’ll scale the bath-time learning curve soon enough. Whether it’s a wipe-down with a damp washcloth or full-body soap-and water immersion, you’ll soon baby-bathe without a second thought. And you’ll have a sweet-smelling kid to show for it.#47 Turn cotton socks into baby bath mitts. Wet babies are slippery babies. Get a more solid grip by cutting thumb holes into a pair of cotton socks. Slide them over your hands, thumbs out, then use them as wearable washcloths. [illustration]