Anna Tims combines careers as a journalist, mother-of-two and vicar's wife.
Bauble bauble water olympics
Bloody bubble gum....
A middle aged matron tries desperately to keep her children clean until the Bishop comes to tea.
The water rose up so much it surrounded them and looked like a ball
That should keep the kids occupied for a while, now time for a coffee and a chocolate.
Anna feared she may have made the bubble bath mixture a little too strong.
At last the children were contained and couldn't get into any mischief... ah time for a sit down... every house should have one of these!
Lets see how they get out of this one then! Now, where's my coffee?
You can't wrap them up in cotton wool - but you can put them in a giant bubble!
We are in a bit of a bubble at the moment. Don't burst it.
mum we got to get one of these for the garden!
Who said only Jesus could walk on water?
What a lovely pair!But these baubles proved too big for the Christmas tree
Give them a shake and see if it snows
The vicar's balls were really rather large.
mammy not wanted us to get wet went to extremes
If I push just a little bit harder I know I can burst your bubble
The pack did say 'Giant Bubbles'!
OK, which one of you farted in the bath?
The kids were off in their own bubble again! This always happened when Mum shouted to tidy up!
Erm, I'm having deja vu! Aren't you?