Chapter 155: The Works
“So much for childproofing,” Naomi sighed, poking at the plastic latch that had been no match for her young son.
Zeke beamed. “I helped!”
Ethan looked on curiously as Naomi quietly collected bottles—bubble bath, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, bath oil beads, and a sprinkling of salts. While she tidied up, she made her expectations clear. “No more mixing without Momma.”
Starting the water, she helped him swish the goop into a towering, fragrant foam. “Just wait until your father gets a whiff of you, little man!”
“P’fume!” Zeke boasted.
She wrinkled her nose. “A whole perfume factory.”
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