Sunday, 31 January 2016

Silent Sunday - January 31st 2016


It seems it is not jut small children who like making bubbles.  Allow your teenage son loose with the washing up liquid and you might not see clean plates but he will be adept at making hand-help bubbles.  That might explain why my washing up liquid went down so quickly this week!




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39 comments :

  1. Love bubbles, and this is a rather impressive one!

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  2. Wow! that is quite an impressive feat. Great shot. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. I know - I was very impressed .... even if that washing up didn't get done LOL

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  4. Hey, come on, he was experimenting and having fun with science! Very impressive bubble.#MySUndayPhoto

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    1. I know and I was suitably impressed :) Science in action if not housework!

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  5. lol! That is one big bubble! Well done kid! Sorry about the washing up liquid. You'll need to get a bigger bottle next time. ;) x

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  6. Wow that's quite a bubble, love the colours on it

    Thank you for linking up

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  7. Very cool - so what about the dirty dishes ;-)

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  8. Wow that is a bug bubble! Great photo!! :-) x
    #MySundayPhoto

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  9. Haha, sometimes you just never grow up! Amazing that he got one so big in his hand and it didn't break before the picture was taken. #mysundayphoto

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    1. He used his hands to make the bubble, slavering them in washing up liquid and then blowing through the hole made by his thumbs and fingers before removing one hand carefully to allow him to hold the bubble.

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  10. That's lovely! My 12yo son gets very excited by bubbles too. My 14yo squirted liquid into a cup to take on Explorers camp and he used so much I thought he was storing it in there for camp, but, no he was just washing his cup!

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    1. Ha ha - if I do get my two to wash up I am not sure how much liquid they use! I'd best check.

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  11. bubbles are such fun to play with at any age.

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    1. So true - as Simon's Mum became bed bound towards the last few weeks of her life she asked the boys to come and blow bubble for her. In fact we bought her one of these bubble-blowing machines and I cannot describe how much enjoyment she got from watching and trying to catch the bubbles :) You are definitely never too old for bubbles1

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  12. Fantastic photo! That bubble is very impressive x

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  13. what a fab capture, did you have many goes at catching the bubble?

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    1. He actually made the bubble in his hands as I explained to BattleMum a few comments above yours :)

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  14. That is some bubble and a great capture #MySundayPhoto

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  15. That's a seriously impressive bubble. Great picture!

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    1. Isn't it just - I think it was the largest he managed to make.

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  16. What a great capture and wow to holding a bubble!

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    1. He actually made it in his hands which I described to BattleMum a few comments above you.

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  17. Great capture for #MySundayPhoto. There's just something about bubbles - whatever your age!

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    1. So true - do please read the comment I left to Phoebe a few above you.

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  18. Impressive. I don't think people ever grow out of bubbles!

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    1. Nope - please do read what I wrote to Phoebe a bit higher up in the comments.

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  19. yep bubbles are great at any age. what fun!

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