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    The dog bit the toddlers wooden puzzle piece and now it has teeth marks...devastating.

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    When she's faffed around all night then wants a bath too close to bedtime and I say, "no, a shower."

    When she can't find "you know, that pink sparkly pen with the shoe and glitter in it?" even though she has a million other things to write with.

    When I tell her she's not allowed to buy a "LOL" from the tuckshop.

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    Haha these are great!
    DD this morning- had to have a pocket pack of tissues as opposed to a handful from the big box or else! I was also told my intention to have a coffee in a cafe after dropping her at school was totally unfair, why can't she come???

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    When she drops something. (Cue the most dramatic expression ever witnessed).

    "Oh NO!!! What's HAPPENING, Mummy?????"

    She'll even say it midway through deliberately dropping something.

    Or...

    Pulls hairclip out. "Look Mummy! I take hairclip out!" Puts it down somewhere. Me - "Go and get it, and I'll put it back in for you."

    DD (looking wildly about the room, despite having put it down 1 second ago). "Oh NO! Where IS it?! What's happening in here????? Mummy? What's happening IN HERE???"

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    Mummy won't cut the crust off my sandwich for school!!

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    DS cant fit his huge teddy, four wheeler toy musli bar AND milk cup all in his arms.... END.OF.THE.WORLD as we know it!!!

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    DD and I HAD to go shopping the other day for skinny jeans for her, as I'd just bought her a beautiful pair of leather boots and she doesn't like the feeling of her bootcut jeans scrunching up at her ankles.

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    DD1 has so many! The other day she was most devastated because I didn't bring her a fresh bottle of water for ballet lessons, so she had to use the one from her school bag, and the ice was all melted! Poor darling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    When I tell her she's not allowed to buy a "LOL" from the tuckshop.
    What is that exactly?

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    I offered helgas square toast (normal bread) instead of the helgas sandwich thins. THEY'RE NOT CIRCLES MUMMY!!!


 

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