Entertaining Them


We haven’t had much success with the standard small containers of bubbles. Once opened, maybe a half dozen ordinary bubbles take flight; and then my two year old either ingests the rest of the solution or knocks it over on the ground within five minutes.

But this giant bubble wand that my mother-in-law surprised my girls with on a family vacation gave us a solid hour of soapy bliss—and proved addictive even for the adults who took turns waving the wand (so no toddler consumption could take place). As the super-sized bubbles floated across the lawn, the little ones chased them down; and my 4-year-old Mia made it her mission to pop every single one.


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One Comment


  1. Posted by: Gigi S

    you don’t need a wand. we recently went to the bubble show in NYC and my kids were amazed on how the performer was blowing bubbles with her hands. now thats all they want to do. so much fun. have your child try it.
    Here is a video of my daughter explaining how to make bubbles with your hands.

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