Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Ahhhh Bubbles!


What does a jetted tub and aromatic bath soap make? HEAVEN! hehehe
I poured a little in to the tub while waiting for the hot steamy water to fill up. I got a few small bubbles at first. To be honest, it was a little disappointing in the beginning, but the smell was amazing, and I must admit I added a few more squeezes of soap for good measure. It wasn't until I hit the jets that the bubbles began to multiply like a wicked rash, only to realize that I wasn't in control any longer. I tried to shut the shower doors to contain them all, but soon I had to holler at Den to see the mess I had made.



When he first opened the shower door he chuckled. I just smiled back knowing he was thinking I was ridiculous...lol He ran to get the camera, and I had zero fears that anything would be showing underneath the mammoth amount of bubbles that was hiding my gigantic belly, so I cheesed it up. Of course, I regretted that Roman and Abram were no where to be found during my bathtime, because only a two and six year old could totally appreciate the possiblities that this amount of bubbles could bring. Oh well....I wasn't in mommy mode, I was supposed to be in "quiet, stress free, don't think about children" mode. Turning that mental switch off is hard to do sometimes.....but somehow.....we managed....hehehe

17 comments:

Jules said...

LOL! That's a lot of bubbles! My mom and dad have a machine that is removable and blows air from the bottom of the bathtub and I remember getting the bubbles to about 4 ft tall. It was so fun I thought! This totally reminded me of it. Your kids would love that too ;) Hope it was relaxing :)

Marisela said...

You look like your having a fun relaxing bath. Love the pregnancy goggles :)

Kim said...

Isn't a bubble bath the place to go hide? It is in my house! I have done that every night since I had my first baby. Run hot water, lock the door and have some alone time. I think that is about the only time I even lock the bathroom door. The rest of the day I am flyng around the house so much trying to get stuff done that I hardly have time to close the door. LOL Motherhood is great but we all need those moments of quietness.

Lori said...

Now that's just FUN! You'll have to just do it again for the little ones one day!

Mrs. Mom said...

Cute! Looks like good clean fun!

Beth said...

Thats too funny. I didn't realize that was you in the picture untill you mentioned the part about Denise getting the camera. Then I took a second look at the picture. Too cute!!

Cherrie said...

What fun! You look like you are having fun.

Mami Dearest said...

How fun! I want a bubble bath now.

Margaret said...

hey Trina - that looks great! How did you do that with the bubbles and mask??? very cute
:)

Angela said...

Hi Trina. I have never commented on your blog before, but have been lurking about for a long time. :) I have so enjoyed your blog!! Your thoughtful posts have been very much "for me". I think I'll send you an email to introduce myself.

Take care,
Angela :)

Angela said...

Oh, and the bubble bath looks wonderful!!

Angela

Angela said...

ok....am I blind? I can't find where to click to send you an email. Do you allow people to email you? If you don't for privacy reasons, that's fine. I just thought I would introduce myself. Have a wonderful evening!

Angela :)

Nadine said...

Cool bubbles. You look relaxed I think under all those bubbles.

Trina said...

Angela: Yes, I receive emails. Please feel free to send me one to introduce yourself. I LOVE it when one of my lurkers comes out of hiding....hehehe trinafivesons@aol.com

Trina said...

margaret: I forgot to answer you... I have a photo program called "Photo Explosion". It was only $49.99. It has lots of fun stuff on it, so prepare yourself for some goofiness on pics from time to time...hehehe

Dot said...

What a great way to relax, especially when you are preggo!!! Don't forget to do it often!

Dot

Mrs.Martin said...

Okay Crack Up! Total Crack Up! I would never guess you would take a pic like that and put it on your blog. I am your sister, but you always keep me guessing.

Love the glasses!