A Day In The Life: Milk Bubbles

by Jennifer on March 27, 2014

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About two weeks ago, my son gently blew air through straw his straw while drinking milk and saw bubbles form. He did it again and saw how bubbles built upon themselves and began to resemble an erupting volcano. He kept doing it until there was a large expanse on the kitchen table.

I told him how I remembered doing this as a kid and my daughter said ‘ Did what Mommy?’ and she joined in on the fun.

I instructed them to place paper towel under the glass. Together they discovered how much fun, and how efficient, it is when two kids blow bubbles into milk.

Then they discovered how much liquid paper towels can, and can not hold.

Finally, they discovered how sticky the floor gets and were rewarded with a lesson in mopping.


Can’t a less expensive beverage produce this much fun?

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Lauren April 1, 2014 at 3:30 pm

My daughter was doing this exact thing this morning! I didn’t think of the paper towels though :)

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