Chapter 116: Slippery When Wet
Spring arrived, and the great outdoors was once more a part of Zeke’s days. Ethan leaned in the open doorway of the upstairs bathroom where his charge was enjoying a post-play bath under his mother’s watchful eye. “How can one boy accumulate so much dirt?” he mused aloud.
The tub sported a dingy ring by the time Naomi wrapped her son in a towel. After some fluffing, Zeke’s golden hair shone like a halo, but he was no angel. Giggling, the little boy slipped under his mother’s arm and streaked down the hallway, naked as the day he was born.
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