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Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

I just bought a regular mat for the bottom of the tub. He has a million toys in there and just plays for a while and takes like 2 sec to bathe him. But I fill the tub up only an inch or two. That way I just lay him down to wash his hair, legs and butt. And I'll give him a toy to play with while he's laying down.

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

Thanks! I could try that as well!

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

You're welcome! I have a fish for a kid so I guess that played in my favor lol

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Shae Carr:" You're welcome! I have a fish for a kid so I guess that played in my favor lol "


LOL. DD loves the water too! :D

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

Lol. when I lay him down to wash his butt and legs, he'll kick his legs and splash water all over me. I can't help to laugh while my bathroom is getting a shower :)

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

That's adorable! Bath time for him sounds like fun! :) Anna loves to sit up and splash the water with her hands, likes to get everything soaked. May as well treasure these moments, and they don't last and they grow up quick. :(

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

Yea he used to do that all the time! He still does but he's mainly concerned with toys now haha. I know he just turned 9 months old and I'm like dying! :(

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

I never thought it would go by as fast as it did, they aren't too far apart then. She'll be 9 months on the 13th. Makes me want another one LOL. (NOT)

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

I know! I always tell my husband that we rush him to grow up. No I'm wanting it to slow down. And yea I don't plan on another until he's at least out of diapers and a little more independent.

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

I agree with you on that one! She had severe colic, so I had wanted her to grow up so it would stop. Now that it's subsided, I am regretting saying it. I am content with one, so is my hubby.
We feel complete, but we may never know what the future has in store for us.

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

Mine was pretty good. He started sleeping through the night at 2 months old. But would wake up pretty early for a bottle them back to sleep. I wanted him to grow up and start learning things. Now i regret it too :( I want at least two. MAYBE three. I highly doubt we'll have three. Especially if we have a girl next. If that happens, baby factory is closed for business

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

Same time she started sleeping thru the night as well! And if you did have a girl, that'd be awesome. One of each would be perfect. Million dollar family!

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

I agree with that! That's what I had always wanted. A boy first then a girl. I knew I was having a boy from the second I found out I was pregnant. Absolutely no doubt in my mind.

Anna Leah's Mommy ♥ 1 child; Ontario 544 posts
30th Oct '12

I knew I was having a girl as well! We seem agree on a lot, or have has similar experiences LOL.
May I PT you?

Shae Carr 1 child; Texas 67 posts
30th Oct '12

Sure :)