Bathtub paint! Tried it out this evening and I will definitely be doing this again. I used flour instead of cornstarch, it worked perfectly fine. Don't add too much water or else it becomes much too soupy. Once we were done I turned on the faucet. The water was blue and full of bubbles (I used J for the shampoo). The boy enjoyed that part as well. Easy cleanup too! Baby Shampoos, Food Colors, Homemade Baby, Homemade Bath, Bath Tubs, Food Coloring, Painting Recipe, Bath Time, Bathtubs Painting
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Homemade bathtub crayons and/or watercolor crayons. They are retractable and you save LOTS of money!
-- Bathtub Waterfall Attachment --, protects kids from bumping their head, and gives you an option that's better than washing your hair in the sink when you're on the go and don't have time for a shower. Might also work well for bathing pets....but you know how that goes. Lol
Polka Dot Bath. ***A loved this! I went to the dollar tree and bought the foam, ran him a bath and played for an hour! They dry quickly and all you do is get them wet to stick! I even cut out other shapes so he's have variety! Loved this!!
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