A daily insight into the joys of raising boys...and lots of them.
Ha Ha Ha....both beautiful and funny!!! I grew up with five younger brothers and clearly remember letting out tubs of dirty water, cleaning the tub, and then drawing my bathwater.
Cheryl, I had no idea you had five younger brothers! How fun!
LOL! I didn't see that coming. But just last night I asked my husband just how black the water was after Little Brother's bath. He was stunningly dirty after enjoying the beautiful day!
I love it, especially the bathwater!Love, Alice Gunther
That's HILARIOUS! And we have those little boats too.
Yes Suzanne, I am the oldest and the only...girl...with five younger brothers. Today they are still younger, but much taller than I am..I love them dearly and they make me laugh! :)
That is great! And SO true!Thanks for the laugh!
Now that is some dirty water. I am guessing you are thankful each day for a tub that is not WHITE!!!
Spiritual and funny all at the same time. What a creative poem!
What a beautiful Spring you have!
LOL! Now that the weather has gotten nice, I forgot how many more baths are needed. Beautiful pics!
I love this---very clever, very funny, and very true! Here's to five more months of ookey bathwater!
haha! I have acquired a couple of boys recently and have noticed the seasonal change in bathwater as well...do you bathe all those boys every night? Because I am unsure how to handle the accumulation of daily dirt!! lol...
I love how you put this together. The bath water is hysterical!!!
Hilarious! And oh, so true.
When I was a young mom, Suzanne, I read something in a "New Mother" kind of magazine that I never forgot. It was, "A clean child at the end of a summer day is a child who hasn't had any fun." Yahoo for dirty bath water!
Beautiful poem!Our bath water is the same just about every night.
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