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When you have 8 children, and they each participate in sports, you know the weekends are going to be super busy, especially during spring when soccer season kicks up.
So, last weekend when a friend asked if she could bring her adult mentally challenged son over on Saturday evening so he could spend some time outdoors enjoying our animals and acres of woods, I said, “Of course!” and made a little mental note that I needed to make sure to check the condition of the guest bathroom between driving everyone to all the games. (And please know I use the term “guest bathroom” loosely here. See above note about having 8 children.)
I had to get children to 3 soccer games in 2 different towns, 1 gymnastics meet in another city, and 1 homeschool conference in ANOTHER city, all on a single Saturday.
On my way out the door, I hollered some instructions for the kids who were still at home and ended with, “…and make sure the bathroom is clean! We’re having company later!”
And in between events, I go in the bathroom to look at it and say, “… I thought I said to make sure this bathroom was clean,” and everyone says, all innocent like, “We did,”
and I was all, “…uhhhh…”
So, besides confirming that we needed to review the definition of “clean” I knew I needed to give them a step by step lesson and some tools to make cleaning easy.
After one of the games and before another (at this point in the day I really don’t know if I’m coming or going) I called all the kids into the bathroom for a quick demo of Mom’s Super Fast Cleaning Technique.
“Look, kids. Step one: Spray.”
The best part of Scrubbing Bubbles® is that the foam expands to get into all those hard to reach areas.
“Step two: Wipe.”
(That pic is actually after only one swipe of the paper towel, so they were super impressed.)
After a couple of more passes with the paper towel and showing them how to get in the cracks with a toothpick, we were in business.
MUCH BETTER! Thanks, Scrubbing Bubbles®!
Now, I’m ready for company.
And a nap.