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Friday, February 3, 2012

Baths vs. Showers

Me - Hi. I like taking baths.  I have a bunch of bath toys. I love to play in the tub. I also love taking showers. I play there too. I sit on the floor and play with my toys. My Mom washes my hair, and then I play while she washes herself, and then I wash my body and wash out my hair. I also sometimes play in the shower while my Mom gets out of the shower and gets herself ready in the bathroom. Sometimes, I even play with my toys on the bathroom floor while my Mom takes a shower. I keep my bath toys in a big purple box. Sometimes, I like to play with them even when nobody is taking  a bath or shower. It's nice to get clean, but all I really care about is the toys. In fact, thinking about the bath toys makes me want to play with them so I am going to play with them now. Bye*

* The above is a guest post by younger sister, Aurella as dictated to Mom. 

Mom - I am a shower person. My husband is a bath person. The girls sometimes take baths and sometimes take showers. Aurella mostly cares about playing with her bath toys anyway. She is the only person I know who actually plays with her bath toys even in the shower. She just sits on the floor of the shower and plays. I don't like baths because they make me feel like I am sitting in my own dirt. I like showers because they are quick. I guess some people can linger in the shower for a long time, but I don't. I guess some people like to do their thinking in the shower or find it relaxing or whatever. I don't. I just want to get clean and get out. The only time I ever really took a lot of baths was shortly after Aurella was born when my arm was bothering me. All of the sudden, my arm just started hurting all the time. I think it was from the strain of caring around the baby in the baby carrier. In any case,  the only time my arm didn't hurt was when I was in the bath so I started taking long frequent baths. I would even wake up in the middle of the night and take baths just to get some relieve from the pain. That lasted about a month or so. I never did find out what was wrong, but thankfully it finally went away, and I went back to taking showers.

And that's our view. Tune in Monday for another topic.