We signed papers and moved into our first house in December of 1975. As decades passed we’ve gone through the old house room by room and ripped out walls and replaced and repaired and added on. Two years ago we finally admitted the bathroom needed another makeover. This time even the fixtures went out the door.
Underneath the old cast iron tub we found
a layer of dried mud left behind by a flood
just six months after we moved in.
We replaced our old tub with a deep jetted bath.
It fits in the same space so no major remodeling was needed.
I LOVE this tub! Most mornings I only have time for a quick shower.
But I try at least once a week to crank on the water and the jets
and let the bubbles take me away.
This tub works great as a kid-washer too. Just toss in the little munchkins, add soap and water, turn on the jets, and in no time at all; peanut butter, boogers and toe jam are washed away.
There are several mermaids in the younger generation who hold the record of two hours in the water and bubbles. The boys have not even come close to that entry.
Because of hard tap water we have a water-softener.
This means LOTS of bubbles from a little soap.
No bubble-bath is allowed when kids are washed.
Shampoo plus jetted water results in…
…lots and lots of wonderful bubbles!