Jim (long-time hubby) and Lisa (me)
Andrea (youngest daughter) and Brianna (oldest daughter)
Preston (son-in-law) and Megan (middle daughter)
Bubby and Mac — Bloggy nicknames of Gramma's favorite boys (children of Megan and Preston)
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Bubby and his quest to blow his longest bubble snake ever.
August 26, 2012
Best wishes for the best Grandparents Day ever!
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Same to you and Jim, Lisa! And to all the wonderful Grandparents that I've 'met' through your blog.
Bubble snakes! That is a new one for me. Looks like fun.
What a great picture and I must admit with the word snake in the title I almost didn't click! Sure glad I did as Bubby looks so cute and so intent!
Happy Grandparents Day to you and Jim and to everyone else who holds that wonderful title!
Glad you all like the soapy snake. Here's how to do it: Simply cut the bottom off a water bottle, pull a (clean) sock up over the end and attach tightly with duct tape or a rubberband. then put a little water and lots of dish soap in the bottom of a dish, dip the sock and BLOW and BLOW and BLOW. One hint Bubby learned right away: Don't inhale while your mouth is on the bottle or you'll be sorry and all bubbly inside. Have fun!
You come up with more ways than I've ever thought of to make things fun for your little grandsons!
Bubby sure got into that one, didn't he? Blow OUT, never suck IN, that would be the rule, right?
Cute, thanks for sharing, Happy Grandparent's Day to you and Jim and all of us who ARE!
Thanks for the wish and Happy Grandparents Day to you too!
Very cool! You can also use cut-off water bottles with regular bubble solution, as I show here. There's just something magical about bubbles!
Oh my gosh, a bubble snake looks like a lot of fun. Next time I'm outside with my grandson in particular, I'm going to try it.
Oh my gosh. This little guy is growing way to fast. You need to put a rock on his head!
That is awesome! Glad you explained how to do it in the comments..I'd not heard of it before! Love the pic! :)