Sunday, March 4, 2012

Bath Time at the Zoo

JUST HANGING OUT.

After giving the kids a good washing, our neighbors' housekeeper/nanny decided to give the animals a good washing, as well. It was an interesting sight and reminded me of bath day at our house (which I clearly enjoyed, although it wasn't quite so colorful).

DRYING OFF IN THE IN THE SUNSHINE WOULD HAVE BEEN FUN.

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  1. Nanny used to put us in the tumble drier.

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  2. You are very handsome now Mitch, but forgive me if I ooh and aaah over what a gorgeous little boy you were. Those eyes are filled with such fun. Lovely, lovely photo.

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    1. Elaine: Aw, thanks. Looking back, I DO think I was kind of cute.

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    1. Raulito: Wow! Checking it out right now...

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  4. So, can I assume that you are a good swimmer? Looks as if you like the water! Cute!!

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    1. Jim: I'm a gifted soaker and floater...

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  5. Wow, you were a really cute kid!

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    1. Carole: Ha! What do you mean WERE?!?

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  6. We used to wash the kids stuffed animals in a pillowcase in the washing machine until they became too threadbare and in danger of "dying".

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    1. Carole: Threadbare and in danger of dying is what they call "loved' in stuffed animal land.

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  7. What a bright-eyed little fella you were! I'm still struggling to get back on my blog. It got really screwed up and I'm having a terrible time with Google!

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    1. Ms. Sparrow: Glad to see you were successful getting back on your blog! (I WAS adorable, wasn't I?)

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  8. Here in Arizona we have lots of sunshine in which to dry out. Best towel there is : dry air and hot temps. I think you should 'dry outside' some yourself again.

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    1. Ur-spo: Same goes for Sevilla in summer. By the time the clothes are hung on the line, they're dry and ready to be taken down.

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  9. I remember grandma washing my son's cuddly with fabric softener when he was little and rather than being grateful he was very angry as the smell was wrong! Hope the animals on the line just smelt of sunshine! Oh and what a beautiful little chap you were.:)

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    1. the cuby poet: That fabric softener smell can be a bit overpowering. I would miss that stuffed animal smell myself.

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  10. Oh … both photos are so cute!

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  11. When I saw the first photo I hoped not a toy had dropped to live with that single sock. ;)

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    1. Peter: All the animals appear to have survived their hanging.

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  12. So very cool, Mitch...now who's dat punkin' grinner...coochie coochie coo!

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    1. Sophie/Ron: That little boy would have LOVED someone like Sophie!

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    1. Jeff: Hard to believe (or imagine)!

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