This dad made the most epic bubble bath for his kids

Remember taking bubble baths as a kid? We bet you never had one as colossal as the one this dad drew for his kids.

This dad made the most epic bubble bath for his kids

Photo: Good Husband Movement via Facebook

Who doesn't love a good bubble bath? No matter how old you are, you probably remember a time as a kid when bubbles brought so much extra excitement and joy to bath time. (Heck, maybe as an adult you still opt for bubbles instead of a bath fizzy. You do you, no judgement here.)

A video was recently posted on Facebook showing a dad who took that bubble bath excitement to new heights—literally. Whether he did it accidentally or on purpose, the bubbles in his kid's bath get built up so high, the bubble tower is eventually grazing the ceiling. Yup, THE CEILING!

As you can probably guess, all of his kids—including the ones in their pajamas who have clearly finished bath time already—had a complete blast playing with the giant mound of bubbles, letting out giggles and shrieks of delight. You can even see one kid in the tub using the bubbles to play an adorable game of peek-a-boo with his toddler sibling. Watch the clip below:

"Pop those bubbles," the dad said as he watched the bubble behemoth creep towards the ceiling. "Stand up and pop those things!" However, when the kids do stand up to try and pop them, they make bigger holes in the tower but nothing else happens.

The video ends with the tower of bubbles still standing upright, but it was teetering so much that we wouldn't be surprised if it all came tumbling down in the end. This awesome dad definitely made bath time memorable for his kids and who knows, maybe they'll be more willing to take baths in the future? Just maybe keep the bubbles at a more manageable height next time.

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