18 thoughts on “Bubble Eater

  1. No swine flu germs on her! I buy the cheapest soap on the market never knowing when the notion to pour it down the drain will strike Reid…and keep Allie’s pricier products up high. Boy, what she’d give for her own bathroom.

  2. Mason feels like a proper bubble bath is entails one full bottle of bubble bath, and all the shampoo if we forget to put it away. More is better. Right?

  3. “Nevertheless, the righteous will hold to their ways, and those with clean hands will grow stronger.” (Job 17:9)

    “The LORD has rewarded me according to my righteousness, according to the cleanness of my hands in His sight.” (Psalm 18:24; see also 2 Samuel 22:21; Psalm 18:20)

    “Who may ascend the hill of the LORD ? Who may stand in His holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to an idol
    or swear by what is false. He will receive blessing from the LORD and vindication from God His Savior.”
    (Psalm 24:3-5)


  4. lol! Oh my. Nice one Rhema. That’s better than the time I went into my kitchen only to see Niagra Falls coming through the light in the ceiling. I ran upstairs to see that Daniel had plugged up the toilet on purpose and was continuously flushing it to see the water go over the edge. . . .nice

  5. That is just great!!Those pics are awesome. Nylis has an obsession with washing his hands as well. I’m trying to teach him that he needs to wash his hands every time he goes “potty”, but now every entrance into the bathroom requires hand washing. Yay for bubble messes!

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