Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Take Me Back Tuesday ~The Bathtub Version

In our bathroom I have this cute little picture of my daughter in a ducky frame. She was just 6 months old (November of 2004).

taylor bath 11-04

Yesterday my son asks, “Mama, where is my bathtub picture”? So I had to dig in my picture archives to show him!!

Here is my Angel, just 3 and my Cutie Bug at 1 (May of 2007).


Thank goodness I had bathtub pictures to show him, and he is even using the same little blue bathtub seat his sister used, man that was the best little thing!


“How do you play along? We all have tons of photos from the days before the digital camera. I figure if we just scan a few each week, eventually they will all be safely into our computers. But you don't need a scanner to participate! - Just find a photo that takes you back to another time. Every week you can come back here and share photos that "Take you Back." If you decide to participate, sign the Linky below and I promise to head on over and spread some comment love your way!”

A Day With Two


blueviolet said...

I love those darling little faces!!!

Denise said...

They are so adorable!!! One of my favorite pictures that my Mom has of me when I was a baby is of me in the bathtub.

The Jacobsen Family! said...

Bathtub pictures are always so fun!

Ginny Marie said...

Ah, that is so cute! My two take baths together, but it's getting harder now that Lily is getting older! (She doesn't like her little sister to squirt her!)

Michelle @ Flying Giggles said...

Bathtub pics are the best. They are so darn cute!

JamericanSpice said...

I love the bath fun! They are definitely enjoying their water fun!

Whimsical Creations said...

How cute!!

I don't think I have any photos of my daughter in the bathtub, but I have photos of my son. Bad mommy moment.

Nina said...

Those are so cute. We only have a shower so we use a small inflatable tub for the little one and my big kid now takes showers. He did use the inflatable tub way past the recommended age but he is so small I don't think it mattered much.