Swimming = bath

Okay folks, fess up. How many of you count a swim in the pool or a few runs through the sprinkler as equivalent to a bath for the kids? Aside from the crusty chlorine hair and resulting mass of tangles on the little girl, I’m with you. I think the faint scent of chlorine is just as nice as bath soap. Besides, why waste precious outdoor play time holed up in a hot muggy bathroom when it really isn’t necessary.

Cheers to summer days, swimming pools, sprinklers, and slightly crusty children!

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About dirtyrottenparenting

I'm a parent of two lovely (most of the time) children. I work full time out of the home and I don't cook well, bake, sew, or do crafty things. I keep my high heels and jewelry at my office because there's no point in having them at home. I love Mondays because I can return to the world of adults, go to the bathroom alone and have nearly uninterrupted conversations with others.
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3 Responses to Swimming = bath

  1. Mr. Miller says:

    I do not think a dip in the pool is an acceptable substitute for a bath; especially with the stinky twin boys I have. The in-laws (and I think to a certain extent, my wife), however, agree totally with you. They believe swimming replaces a tubby any day.

    • I guess it depends on the level of stink your 2 little guys are able to achieve! Some children have exceptional skills in that area and no parent wants their kid to be “that smelly kid” at school.

  2. rossmurray1 says:

    Those days are past me now but, yes, absolutely.

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