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I don't remember exactly when we started leaving dd for short periods in the bath, but I think it was around her third birthday.
How old is your toddler? If you think it's unsafe, then I think it's a good idea to talk to your dh seriously about it. Babies and kids can drown really quickly and really quietly.
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Really young kid: likely to slip and have head under the water.
Slightly older kid: likely to mess with the hot water tap and scald themselves even with the water heater turned down.
Leave them alone in the bathtub when they say "sheesh mom, a little privacy!"
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