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If You Give Your Kids Some Bubbles by Cara Stolen

If you give your kids some bubbles, they’re going to ask for a bath.

If you give your kids some bubbles, they’re going to ask for a bath.

When you put them in the tub, he’ll probably ask you for some toys.

When you put them in the tub, he’ll probably ask you for some toys.

She might decide to put bubbles on her face.

She might decide to put bubbles on her face.

And head.

And head.

He’ll find this so hilarious that he’ll ask you to take a picture.

He’ll find this so hilarious that he’ll ask you to take a picture.

Then, she’ll ask you to turn on some music so she can dance (splash).

Then, she’ll ask you to turn on some music so she can dance (splash).

As he’s dancing, he might decide to blow bubbles into the air.

As he’s dancing, he might decide to blow bubbles into the air.

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They’ll get stuck to the wall.

They’ll get stuck to the wall.

Seeing the bubbles on the wall might give them the idea to build a bubble castle.

Seeing the bubbles on the wall might give them the idea to build a bubble castle.

Building the castle will bring her attention to her pruney fingers.

Building the castle will bring her attention to her pruney fingers.

And toes.

And toes.

He will probably start to get cold, and ask to get out of the tub.

He will probably start to get cold, and ask to get out of the tub.

But later that night, they’ll see the bottle of bubbles, and chances are, they’re going to want a bath to go with them.

But later that night, they’ll see the bottle of bubbles, and chances are, they’re going to want a bath to go with them.

This post was written as part of a blog hop with Exhale—an online community of women pursuing creativity alongside motherhood, led by the writing team behind Coffee + Crumbs. Click here to read the next post in this series "Everyday Magic."

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