We enjoyed few more activities of water play. My son has always been a huge fan for water plays. And this is my quick resort I have handy for those cranky evenings. It takes only two minutes to prep these activities and you can see light at the end of the tunnel.

11693828_447912888720707_6605702677116857392_nYou can get these small steel pitchers from any local utensils store. And I love this small mug, which my lil Jing Jaang used when he transitioned from sippy cups to mugs. I pretended to ask him for some tea and showed him how to pour it and serve it with love to me πŸ˜‰ I visualize myself, lying on the sofa with stretched legs and my son bringing me a cup of tea πŸ™‚

11692797_447912915387371_3301885867464267433_nI digress. These sponges can be used to transfer water bowl to another. I told him how the sponge soaked water and then squeezed them on another bowl. Initially, he had a terrified look on his face. But later he figured out it was fun to have all the water disappear in one bowl. You can add food coloring to make it even merrier πŸ™‚