© Heather E. Lupo


Uploaded: July 05, 2007


Rubber Duckie you’re the one,

You make bathtime lots of fun,

Rubber Duckie I’m awfully fond of you


Rubber Duckie, joy of joys,

When I squeeze you, you make noise,

Rubber Duckie you’re my very best friend it’s true

Oh, every day when I, make my way to the tubby

I find a little fellow who’s cute and yellow and chubby!


Rubber Duckie you’re so fine,

And I’m lucky that you’re mine.

Rubber Duckie, I’d love a whole pond of,

Rubber Duckie, I’m awfully fond of you!

Oh, every day when I, make my way to the tubby

I find a little fellow who’s cute and yellow and chubby!


Rubber Duckie you’re so fine,

And I’m lucky that you’re mine,

Rubber Duckie I’m awfully fond of you!

Words and music by Jeff Moss

first broadcast on February 25, 1970

Exif: F Number: 4, Exposure Bias Value: +0, Exposure Time: 1/60, Flash: flash fired, ISO: 100, White Balance: auto white balance, Focal Length: 30mm, Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT


Kay E. Mahoney level-classic July 06, 2007

Cute capture, Heather. Adorable baby. Love all that hair. Cute song. #686144

Heather E. Lupo July 06, 2007

Heehee, Thank you Kay. I remember Ernie signing this song on Sesame Street when I was a little girl and it was so funny ... I couldn't get this song out of my head while I was doing these shots. Take care, Heather #4480525

Christy Nichols July 09, 2007

This is adorable, Heather!!! #4490214

July 10, 2007

Lovely picture, Heather! :) #4491918

Heather E. Lupo July 10, 2007

Thank you so much Christy and Hanna! I'm glad you like it :) ~Heather #4492494

Cassie L. Woodlee June 29, 2008

Heather toooo cute,love it!!! what are you using for the soap? #6122193

Heather E. Lupo June 29, 2008

Thanks Cassie! I used polyester pillow stuffing for the bubbles -- just pulled it apart a bit with my hands before placing it in the tin bucket so it wasn't so densely packed ...then in CS2, I added some accents around the stuffing with a "sparkle" brush, set on the same white as the filling (using the color picker) and set the opacity of the brush to about 85% (if you do the sparkle technique on a separate layer, you can adjust the entire opacity of that layer to suit your liking) :) If you have any other questions... don't hesitate to ask :) ~Heather #6122536

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