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KIDS


say the funniest things…


There was an unusual silence from the back of the car tonight. “Ellie, what are you up to?” “Nothing Mummy, just practising being cute!”


When standing in the toilet queue at the Zoo, Rory (4) asked a very posh elderly lady if she needed a poo or a pee!


My daughter and I were in public toilets when I was 8 months pregnant. ‘You go to the toilet a lot,Mummy’. ‘Yes, I do, don’t I? It’s the baby in mummy’s tummy. It presses on everything so that I need to wee more often!’ ‘Ah. Okay. I have a baby in my tummy too. It’s a baby dog. A black dog’. ‘Do you?’ ‘Yes, I don’t know how it got in there, but it’s not ideal.’


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Every night without fail my two year old pulls his pyjama bottoms up to his chest and shouts “Simon Cowell” loudly!


Malachi’s (aged 3) fact of the day:


Milk comes from cows Tea comes from horses.


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