Okay, so here's the hazardous-to-your-health part. After we took the doors down and put the new rod and curtains up, I took a shower. If any of you have never taken a shower in a tub that has one of those curved shower curtains, let me just say the space is huge! We have metal grab bars in our bathtub and couple that with the glass doors, it was a tight fit in there. Take those doors away and curve out the shower curtain and its quite disconcerting, let me tell you! So, it was after the kiddos were in bed and I was turned so that my back was to the curtain. I was washing my hair and had my eyes closed and somehow got off balance and fell backward out of the shower. Yep, landed on my bum on the edge of the tub and proceeded backward still to finally come to a thudding halt on the bathroom floor between the potty and the wall.
After my initial response of complete shock wore off, I let go an "ouch!" and then I just busted out laughing....because it was funny! Hello!!! I think me trying to get up off of the floor was equally as funny. After I got myself back into the shower, I made a mental note that the shower curtain cannot and will not keep me contained in the shower in the event I get off balance AND I'm gonna have a very pretty bruise as a souvenir of my first shower with the new setup.... So, let this be a warning to all of you out there going from glass doors on your tub to curved out shower curtain!:)