I am a little worried that I am not soaking my baby Russian Tortoise enough. She is only two months old, and very healthy and sweet. She is perfect by pretty much any standard you could put, shiny shell, clear eyes and nose, eats and drinks, outgoing, affectionate, etc. I love her with all my heart- and I want to do what is best for her. I have been getting mixed advice however- I have heard people saying I need to soak her twice a day, but I haven't been doing that. I have been soaking her daily (occasionally I miss a day because of circumstances outside my control). Her enclosure is ~90F° basking and ~75F° humid hide. Her humidity is roughly 50% under her basking lamp and 80% in her humid hide, but she loves basking and is there a lot. I often feed her hydrating foods like romaine and cucumbers (I grow them myself) within a varied diet. She has a large water bowl which I have seen her soaking in before. She likes to sleep a lot, and I don't want to wake her up to soak her-- but will it hurt her if she misses a night? I know I am probably being ridiculous, but I just worry because I want only the best for my little friend. Any advice would be appreciated! Here are some pictures of her, just in case she looks dehydrated to anyone.