My mom got this for Phoenix for Christmas. We finally broke it out the other day when I decided the floor needed to be mopped. We don't have a bathtub, Phoenix is desperate for one. It wasn't long until somebody left a surprise in his diaper. We had to change the diaper, dump the water, sanitize everything and refill. It's not uncommon now to hear him ask in his sweetest voice, "Mommy, wawa, peas?" I am especially grateful for the drain in the middle of my kitchen floor. :)
Watch closely and you'll see that he's wearing his socks still.
I got married to Mark Davis in January of 2004 became a mommy in May of 2005. I stay at home and raise our sweet (most of the time) son Cougar. I am patiently awaiting the arrival of our second bundle of joy. (Due in October)
I really don't have very many links to everyone else's blogs, because I don't know that many. If you'll send me an email I'll be sure to include yours!! email@example.com
This is a system I wholeheartedly believe in! It is slowly, but surely changing my life. I have never been a good housekeeper and am perpetually unorganized, but my kitchen and living room have been pretty much spotless for almost a month (and it's spreading to the rest of the house). Check out what she says, try it, all of it and see what happens in your home.