When she opened it, she saw the child, and behold, the boy was crying. And she had pity on him and said, “This is one of the Hebrews’ children.” (Exodus 2:6 NASB)
“Girls, it’s time for my bath in the river. Let’s get ready with the perfumes and oils. I want to be pretty tonight. My brrother’s friend will be here and we’ve talked and giggled about him many times! It’s time I had a husband and he is a sweetheart.” “The girls agreed and said we’d love to see you married but you will keep us won’t you?” “I wouldn’t trade you all for anyone in Egypt.”
They got ready and went outside to bathe and get perfumed and pretty but before they could she heard a cry and saw something in the reeds. One of her servants, the one she entrusted weighty matters to went to pick up the basket. She looked inside and the baby was crying with all his charm and it broke her heart. She hated what her father was doing to the Hebrews. It was backfiring on him anyway. They just got stronger and multiplied. But the point is that you treat people right. Her mother taught her that. And her mother taught her compassion. What happened to Pharoah?
Back to the matters at hand. A young girl offered to take the baby Pharoah’s daughter called Moses to a nursemaid. That would ease matters for Pharoah’s daughter. She’d love to see him often but she knew if she did she would increase the risk of him being found. So she’ll see him again when he was weaned
It was now hard to focus on tonight. She had a baby to be concerned with. But she had to go back to giggles and hopes. So she did and came out of the Nile dressed in her fav color to bring out her eyes and her fav perfume she hoped he liked. I hope I make him happy. The girls giggled and said “he doesn’t have a chance of not falling in love with you!”.