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Posted on July 6, 2008 by Joy
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Seeing how far they can go before popping.
Bailey’s out grocery shopping with Dad so I’ll answer for myself. My favorite part was seeing Bailey’s face when he was younger!! He was just fascinated by it. Not sure if it was the bubble or the pop. Now that he’s older he’s getting the hang of it. He’ll answer later:)
A&E: We think bubbles rock, and we used to think the best part was trying to catch and eat them.
Then we succeeded in catching and eating them.
Now we aren’t sure what the best part is, but we can tell you what the worst part is. Nobody told us bubbles are made of soap! Yuck!
Bailey says- seeing how big you can blow the bubble before it pops:)
Bud says: seeing if it can go across the yard before busting.