This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sterling. All opinions are 100% mine.
As a mother of five kids, I can’t begin to imagine how many hours have been spent kneeling by the side of the bathtub washing kids. Especially during the summer, when kids get to the end of the day smelling more like wet dogs than cute children….they need to be bathed at least once a day.
Luckily, my kids are now all old enough to keep themselves clean (although that could be up for debate…) and my days leaning over the tub and protecting little eyes from soap are over. As a mother to an active 10-year-old boy all the way up to a daughter in college, though, I probably have experience with just about every stage that kids go through when it comes to bathing…and I had fun putting this little list together.
I’m guessing I’m not the only mom that has witnessed my kids going through these stages. You might even see a little bit of yourself towards the end.
The Stages of Bath Time
- I love splishy-splashy bath time!
- I don’t want to get out of the bathtub…ever!
- I am too tired to take a bath!
- I love the way I smell…I will not get near a bath tub!
- What? I played in the river all day. That’s like a bath.
- I like baths, but I am old enough to wash myself!
- Don’t see me naked, mom!
- I’m too old for baths, let me take a shower!
- Soap? Why is that so important?
- I don’t need to bathe. I took a shower….last Sunday.
- I need to look good for school. Wake me up 30 minutes early so I can shower.
- Can I take 2 showers a day? I want to look my best!
- Shower? When will I fit that in?!
- Aww! Bath time. Finally time to relax.
Introducing the Sterling Prevail Shower Door
Because parents and kids spend so much time sitting on or leaning over the side of the tub, having a comfortable tub is important. I’ve always been a fan of shower doors…except when it comes to the tracks that make leaning over to wash kids less than comfortable. I am intrigued by the new Sterling Prevail bath/shower door!
About the NEW Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology: The Sterling Prevail shower door comes with ComforTrack technology – a flexible bottom track that supports the shower door’s glide and yields an easier, safer day-to-day use for the family. With the flexible ComforTrack, you can kneel, sit, or lean on the track, making it easier and more comfortable to bathe a child or a pet, access or clean the bath or shower.
ComforTrack is not only flexible, but it is extremely durable with a low profile and sleek shape that is easy to keep clean. Durable, flexible, easy to clean – definitely all things that are really important to me! What’s better is ComforTrack technology is available for both bath doors AND shower doors.
What stage of bath time are your kids in? What tips do you have for parents who are right in the middle of those tough bathing stages?
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