July 6, 2005
My dad is pretty funny. He calls my bath routine "Baby Jacuzzi". It's not really a Jacuzzi, just a plain old plastic tub. But I tell you what, after some of the days I have, I could use some of those real Jacuzzi water jets to loosen up my tense back muscles. But today was a pretty good day. I did an art project at daycare, so I came home pretty relaxed. Actually I was sleeping.
Anyway, tonight I want to show you my bathtime pictorial.
Here I am waiting on my soft towel to get into the tub.
My first bath, a couple months ago, wasn't much fun because my Mom and Dad were sucked in by the liability-proof baby tub that said the water was too hot, even when it was freezing cold. Since that first horrible experience, I have come to look forward to Baby Jacuzzi as one of my favorite parts of my daily routine.
OK, I'm in the water. The temperature is just how I like it: HOT!
If you can't stand the heat, you can get out of the kitchen (where Baby Jacuzzi happens every night).
They say the camera adds ten pounds. My doctor said I weigh under thirteen pounds.
So, yeah, the camera is my excuse for why I look like a 23 pound baby in this shot, at least in my belly. Wow! Thanks to my dad for making a mosaic out of my, um, unmentionable parts.
A washcloth! That's better.
Those Hollywood special effects don't leave enough to the imagination, in my humble opinion.
Ok, now to get down to business. First I get my hair washed.
My dad usually gets water in my eyes, but it doesn't really bother me. I'm amphibious.
Then my dad washes my stinky pits.
It tickles. He then washes my, um, unmentionable parts.
After a thorough scrubbing, I'm ready just to sit in the tub to soak.
My daily troubles melt away when I kick my feet in the water and get the whole kitchen wet. It's pretty fun.
Then I have to get out. I don't really like this part, but I know I can't stay in too long, or I turn into a prune.
Getting dried isn't that bad, I guess.
We've had our ups and downs at Baby Jacuzzi. Today's edition was a good one, and fun.
All in all, I have to give a thumbs up for Baby Jacuzzi.
Posted by thil0020 at July 6, 2005 9:36 PM