At Ft. Lee, we had 1 and a half bathrooms - getting better. Then at Ft. Stewart, we had 2 FULL BATHS! WOW! We were moving on up. . . Then we had 2 babies, so we needed the 2 bathrooms. The extra one had a baby tub in it all the time.
The middle picture is of the bathroom in the hall near the children's room. Aren't the ducks precious? Perfect for a kids bathroom, right? Jessa even helped me pick out all the cute duck accessories. Mom ordered personalized prints for Jessa and Spencer to coordinate with the theme. We were so excited to have a cool "duckie" bathroom. I can count on one hand the number of baths that the children have taken in the "duckie" bathroom. Now that I think about it, the only "person" who takes a bath in there is Dunken. So we may be the only family in the world who has a dog with virtually his own bathroom.
One would think that with all these bathrooms, everyone could have their own space. The kids multiple dental accessories and a multitude of tub toys could be in the "duckie" bathroom, right? And David and I could have our own bathroom sans pirate ships, rubber ducks, naked barbies, Spongebob & Dora toothbrushes, and stools that we might trip over in the dark of the middle of the night. I am sure that you see where this is going. . .
Want to know the #1 reason why this is not the case???
They fell in love with the big tub. I mean, I don't blame them. I love it, too. Tub size is on the list of deciding factors in a house for me. I love big tubs to take long, hot baths. Termites? Sink hole? Bad neighborhood? But does it have a jacuzzi tub?? I'm in! (Maybe it is bad that I may be buying a house without David - are my priorities out of whack?)
To a small person, it is like a baby pool. Jessa likes to stand on her hands and let her whole body float. They both like to use the sloping sides as water park slides for the aforementioned naked barbies. They also like the skylight. They love to watch the clouds in the daytime and the stars at night. It was love at first soak - for all of us. . .