I’m actually surprised it hasn’t happened before.
Some evenings bath time at our house is more like a drive-through car wash than a leisurely play time with tub toys. Lucy is stripped down after dinner and I pop her in the tub. I leave the warm water running and I don’t plug the drain. We get in and we get out. It’s not a party. It is as utilitarian as a diaper change. Get clean and get moving. We have books to read and nighttime games to play.
Tonight Lucy Goose was standing in the tub all soaped up. She was having a good time. She grinned right through the hair washing. With one hand under her armpit I reached over to the towel bar for a washcloth when I was suddenly soaked.
If you have ever lived with someone that likes to leave the faucet/shower lever on shower when they get out than you know what happened. The sudden water in the face can be a rude awakening. Wiping water from my eyes and with soaking wet hair I turned back towards the faucet and I saw her. She still had her hand on the lever that switches the water from the faucet to the shower. I quickly pushed it. The water resumed coming from the faucet.
The bath that I had planned on being quick just got quicker. I’ll just get the soap off and whooooosh. Water in the face. Again. This time she was laughing.
So, help me. This kid is so bad. And I usually love it. But man, I was annoyed. I finished washing the soap off of her. But I did not brush her hair. I showed her, huh?