The Bath Gang

Seriously, does anybody else have this many “bath friends” you bathe with?  Okay, if you are an adult, I really hope not : )  But even for kids, I think this is excessive.

This is Kate’s bath gang – give or take a few friends.  Let’s see who we have present:

  • Molly – from Bubble Guppies
  • Gill – from Bubble Guppies
  •  Oona – from Bubble Guppies
  • random salamander
  • plastic doll brush
  • shepherd from a nativity scene
  • 3 different Ana’s from Frozen – one from the ball, one while she was out in the cold, one before the ball.
  • Ariel – from The Little Mermaid
  • Merida – from Brave
  • Sven the reindeer – from Frozen
  • a medium sized conch shell – from the ocean
  • bobbly head cat toy

After typing this, I just realized we watch WAY too much TV and movies!!  Also what is the need for soooo many friends in the bath?  Won’t two or three do?  Nope.  Evidently 15 is the magic number – in case you were wondering.

Kate is my favorite today.  She keeps it interesting : )

Daily tally:

Avery +6/-3, Brooke +9/-2, Kate +11/-4

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23 thoughts on “The Bath Gang

  1. Love this. Reminded me and my husband of when our now 20 year old was little. He had at least 50 of these little plastic ‘guys’ that we would get from Toy’s R Us. They were in these massive buckets and they were like 3 for a dollar. He had all the Winnie the Pooh guys, Sesame Street guys….cast of the show Arthur….Blue’s Clues….Rugrats….and on and on. He would take his bucket and dump them in the tub and then line them up all around the sides. He would call me in to see and then knock them back in the water. It took him a good 20-30 minutes every time. LOL
    Thanks for the walk down memory lane.

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    1. What a lovely memory! Thanks for sharing! I used to hate all the toys and getting them out individually. I finally figured out to get a colander like I use with spaghetti and dedicated it just to the bath. Clean up was SO much easier : )

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