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Do you bathe your kids together or separately? That's the question we asked our panel of experienced parents. We wanted to ...
know if and when our group of moms and dads thought it was cool to go two-up in the tub. When do kids outgrow this interpersonal hygiene? Opinions start at "play."
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Daddy Brad: Welcome back to the tiniest bar in Texas in beautiful downtown Austin. I am Daddy Brad.
Daddy Clay: And I am Daddy Clay. This is the show which our expert panel takes on and that Owen.
Daddy Brad: So, I m sorry,
Daddy Owen: Sorry.
Daddy Clay: Guys, this is where our expert panel tackles important parenting issues of today. The show is brought to you by Boon, the modern designs perfect for modern homes and modern parents. Daddy Brad what is the subject for today.
Daddy Brad: The subject today is “Do you let siblings bathe together?”
Male 1: The two girls easy. No problem at all. You know, put them on the tub, makes a whole lot easier. You can play, you have fun, they can entertain each other a little bit.
Female: Your question implies that there are people walking on naked in general in our household, right? So, right. It is lot pretty good issue.
Daddy Clay: They are like “Hey!”
Daddy Owen: Oh, yes, yes, yes.
Daddy Clay: The mirror is different than mine.
Daddy Brad: Right.
Daddy Owen: Yes.
Daddy Clay: And that happens in the tub.
Daddy Owen: Good!
Daddy Brad: My youngest. My youngest.
Daddy Clay: Good! I think that is in positive, right?
Daddy Owen: That is good thing. yes! That is good thing, yes.
Female: I have a husband who tends to like to get completely naked to go to the bathroom. They are going to see that naked. I do not see why they should not get naked in the bathe.
Female 2: I think it is mine they need to get to know each other sex sole parts for good.
Daddy Brad: I got two and four and a half, and they still bathe together in private. But now the two year old is obligatory enough and she is like ?????.
Daddy Owen: Wow! Woo!
Male 2: It is a big competition between us on who is going to do it because neither of us want to. One will go off and take two kids in that way you leave the other person fill on juice something more rewarding with there time like watching.
Daddy Clay: So, your not fighting over who gets that precious, that precious bath time.
Male 2: No. why would. What again, it is
Daddy Clay: It is so cute to play together on the tub. They got toys.
Male 2: Really? Really, is that whole somatic concept that DadLabs that we were suppose to actually like our kids.
Daddy Brad: One thing they do that think about is would you have siblings of different genders and different ages at what point do you kind of yank the oldest one out going to bag themselves.
Daddy Owen: Well, get 16.
Male 1: You take the cues from the kids. And when they feel uncomfortable in the direct that point where they do not really want to share then you it is over.
Daddy Clay: You think you do 50% of that time?
Male 2: I do about 10% of the bath times.
Daddy Clay: How do get that big? In the how you?
Male 2: Well, she also does the most of laundry, cooking so that kind of evens out that way.
Daddy Brad: Do you have sex?
Male 2: No.
Daddy Clay: In the shower with adults or I mean did ever have the children shower with you or the like?
Daddy Owen: Yes! Totally.
Daddy Brad: Because you got to gets clean. Lets go. Come on. Come on. Now, your neighbors did start.
Daddy Owen: Yes. Yes, that is true. Like -- I have got in the tub with Arden but I would probably would not get in the tub with arms springs. That is probably a no, no, no. until she is in tub.
Daddy Clay: Do it in the tub?
Daddy Brad: Well, no I never fooled in the tub.
Daddy Owen: The kid that comes to the tub just stay on the tub. There is other sibling can get out.
Daddy Clay: Ah! Dude.
Daddy Brad: Yes. You learn
Daddy Owen: You make them fish out of tub.
Daddy Owen: I do not like poop.
Daddy Brad: Oh, poop.
Daddy Owen: Not with mixes with water.
Daddy Clay: I do not either.
Daddy Brad: hey, I got this video you boys going to watch it.