Tuesday, April 25, 2006


I held his hands and he walked to the tub. He lifted his leg and tried to step into it. He loves the bath. The moment he sits down, he grabs for a toy and splashes with his free hand. I let him play while I bathe him. I ask (and sign), "Are you finished?" and he shakes his head "NO". When he's had enough he will hold out his arms for me to pick him up. Somehow, he feels smaller without clothes and I wrap his slippery, wet body in a towel and hug him tight for warmth.

Satch has a family of rubber ducks to play with in his bath. One of them, by Munchkin, has a temperature sensitive bottom that turns white when the water is too hot. Satchel really likes the floating fish thermometer (pictured). I still triple check by testing the water on my arm. Satchel also gets a kick out of the bath critters that his Great-Great aunt and uncle gave him.


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posted by Wendy at 5:31 AM


Blogger julie said...

100 kisses to that sweet, smart little boy.
Love him!!!!!!

12:58 PM  
Blogger Janhavi said...

hey there wendy!! i wus jus browsin thru ur blog.. n i must say u have a really cute kid!! n boy u sure are one AMAZIN MOM frm the way uve taken pains to get info abt kids and their welfare!! gr8 job wendy!!
your blog is very refreshing to visit.. wud love to c more pics of u and ur child..
take care!!

1:03 PM  
Blogger pinkcoyote said...

what a wonderful picture of this little guy!!! i have to check out the sensitive bottomed duck-that sounds like something i would like to have! i bathe with miles in the tub, so i can usually tell, but at some point that poor child is going to kick me out...
i love the visual of satchel "walking" to the tub holding your hands. just love it, wendy. you and he are so inspiring. thank you.

2:07 AM  

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