Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Rubber Ducky

WARNING:  At the end of this post, I share TMI.

Greg starts the song off, "Rubber Ducky you're the one."  and I join in... "You make bath time so much fun!"  Lol.  We don't know the rest of the words, but we sing it for our son.

Our son has long limbs and graduated from the sink a while back... but he's still not ready for an adult tub.  I did find a smaller plastic tub at Babies R Us.  Love this next picture, chilling out and looking at the rubber ducky :)

When I sent this next picture to my Mom, she asked, "Did you put the baby that way in the tub?"  I answered, "No.  He started to lean forward and we let him.  Normally he doesn't like tummy time at all, but in the water it is Ok."

We found that our son will start sliding on the tub, so we bought one of those mats that go in a tub and use that.  When our son graduates to the adult tub, the mat will be moved there too.

OK, from this point, I share TMI - you have been warned :)

One night while giving Gregory a bath, Gregory pee'd in the tub.  My husband immediately wanted to empty the water, "You can't bathe a baby in urine!"

Then, Gregory starts to play with himself.  I busted out laughing, then worriedly asked, "Do you think he'll hurt himself?  He has a strong grip."  My husband replied, "Believe me, he'll let go if he hurts himself."  I giggled.

Then I said, "Like father, like son."  Greg said, "I didn't teach him that!"  More laughter.


Leah Campbell said...

Oh yes, baby boys start young! ;)

Cheryl said...

Little Gregory is just ssooooo darn cute.

I think little boys come out of the womb fixated on their anatomy. It's not going to change any time soon.