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At what age does a bath stop being a fun daytime activity?

(12 Posts)
FlameBatfink Mon 03-Sep-07 15:30:43

grin

DD is sat in a bath full of toys, bubbles and food colouring, I am sat in peace!

She's 4... is she gonna grow out of it soon???

Cappuccino Mon 03-Sep-07 15:31:08

I haven't and I am 37

FlameBatfink Mon 03-Sep-07 15:32:10

do you have "special" toys and a lack of food colouring though... wink

Crocky Mon 03-Sep-07 15:33:31

DS is 7, can't see him growing out of it any time soon.

Fireflyfairy2 Mon 03-Sep-07 15:38:54

When is she for school Flame??

Ds was away with my sister the other day & dd couldn't wait to get a bath all to herself!! Well, herself & a dozen dolls!

FlameBatfink Mon 03-Sep-07 15:40:03

Friday morning grin

She is desperate to start and I keep having to remind her that it will just be mornings, and the first day is a Friday!

Fireflyfairy2 Mon 03-Sep-07 15:41:03

Ahh the wee pet!

Does she have a uniform?

DD was back today....yayayayayayyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!

Gudgeon Mon 03-Sep-07 15:42:17

I did a lot of my A-level revision in the bath.

FlameBatfink Mon 03-Sep-07 15:51:38

Hurrah - Liking a non-growable outable activity.

She has uniform... I need to carry on labelling tonight come to think of it blush

lizziemun Mon 03-Sep-07 16:15:25

Probaly about 11 or 12 when teenage don't like water grin.

Then at about 14/15 when she finds boys hmm when you will be moaning that you can not get her out of the bathroom.

FlameBatfink Mon 03-Sep-07 16:32:14

grin

HuwEdwards Mon 03-Sep-07 16:35:14

depends on who's in there with you wink

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