Rub a dub dub

It’s been said, ‘families that bathe together stay together.

(Okay, so I made that up) We, obviously, believe it to be true.

 

Exhibit A.

The decible level was quite high in that bathroom of theirs.

The decible level was quite high in that bathroom of theirs.

 

Exhibit B

Mr. Robinson and I have been doing a bit of spring cleaning around the house and were plum worn out by Sunday afternoon. We were quite thankful when Uncle Matt invited us over for homemade meatball subs. Sunday night dinners with family are hard to beat.

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Rub a dub dub

 

 

Sweet little sister has her home currently with a For Sale sign in the front yard AND knowingly volunteered her has-to-be-ready-to-be-shown-at-any-minute home as tribute,  Thanks, Tots!

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These three have a love, hate, love relationship. It typically ends on love.

 

 

Rub a dub dub via grateful simplicity

If my math skills are correct (50/50), then Raynes is smack dab in the middle (age) of his cousins. Aunt B and Uncle Matt found out there would be baby Jacobs #2 that day I delivered Raynes. But that’s a story for another day…

 

 

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While it was a bit of a mess in the bathroom, anything beats what the rest of their crew was doing. I walked into the family room only to find the Dads and big sisters glued to the TV show ‘Naked and Afraid.’ Primetime has sunk to an all new low, even for me.

I enjoyed my own showing (commercial free) of Naked and Not Afraid.

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World’s pickiest eater

Rub a dub dub via grateful simplicity

Whit, on the other end of the table, has never met a food he doesn’t eat.

Rub a dub dub via grateful simplicity

Where they belong.

 

 

Sunday night wraps up with a win!

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