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Baby's First Bath

It had to happen. Every baby gets it's first bath. Today was our baby's day.

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Lance decided to wash the new vehicle. Ashley was helping until her little fingers got frozen so she dashed inside to get warm. Hubby had to use a step ladder to reach the top of the roof.

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All in all, baby's first bath turned out well. I even brought hubby some hot chocolate in a big mug to help him warm up.

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  1. it's almost like having a baby elephant or something.

  2. You're not far wrong there!

    When I'm driving it though.....oooh. Last night we got some pizza for dinner and as I was waiting to go into the place to pick it up, these two women put their windows down and told me what a beautiful vehicle it was and how the touches on it were just right. I said that my husband thought the wheels were too pimped out and he wanted to replace them with something else.

    "Ooooh nooooo girlfriend!" said one of the women. "I'm in Seattle all the time and I KNOW pimped out rides. You tell your husband this is classy!"

    So we have a classy elephant here.

  3. Reminded me of when they rolled out the helicopters at NAS Norfolk on Saturdays along with stepladders and mops for wash day.

    And I mean that in a good way.

  4. Ha. Hubby is tall, but not tall enough to wash baby without the ladder.


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