Who Would Have Knew...
Who would have knew; that if Jeff and I decided to not buy any toys for our kids they would be totally content with playing in the bathtub....without water! This whole post is dedicated to the spunkiness of children and the desire to want to climb in and out of the bathtub! Today you get two stories....yep...about the bathtub!
Jeff gave Brennan a bath last night....actually a REALLY long bath! Brennan loves the water! His new thing to do is flip over on his back and kick. Kick all the water out of the tub onto the floor! He literally will do this for 20 straight minutes. He is at that age where he babble talks (some words understandable) and tells us all about....whatever it is he is saying! He insisted on climbing out of the tub and signed all done so Jeff took him out. He was dried off and diapered! I was getting jammies ready and he was entertaining himself and walked out of his room with me. Next thing I know, 15 seconds later he is in the tub diaper and all playing in the water. Oh, boy are we in trouble!
|Blowing bubbles in the tub!|
|Playing with my toys!|
|Playing dunk the turtle! Don't you just love those little wrinkly hands!|
Story 2: This morning I was doing Ellie's hair. She wanted to look like Elsa from the famous movie Frozen! She loves that movie, not to mention Jeff and I do too! As I am busy doing her hair, Little Man comes barreling through and low and behold climbs into the tub to play! I thought, why didn't I think of that.....perfect containment! He played in there the entire time by himself.... until:
|Two in the tub!|
|Such a ham! Brennan wouldn't sit long enough for a good picture!|
What a crazy bunch of kids we have, but we wouldn't change them for the WORLD! Enjoy your week! Keep checking back as I will be giving away a $50 gift card in the next week or two!!! Also, make sure to follow this blog to receive updates! (The follow button is located on the left side of the blog near the top!) Lots of love!
And God said, "Let the water under the sky be gathered to one place, and let dry ground appear." And it was so.