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November 25, 2009


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Oh we havnt seen this yet. I love how she is protective of you!

Mummy Mania

Great post... reminds me of the time I asked Daisy to get me a nappy so I could change Poppy. I wasn't looking at her when I asked and when I sensed she wasn't scurrying off in desired manner i looked round at her. She was standing with her hands on her hips, one eyebrow raised, and her head cocked to one side. "What do you say?" she said ina sing song voice.
I smiled sweetly through my clenched teeth. "Please".
To make it worse, she returns with the nappy and as I go to take it from her, she pulls it away and raises that genetically annoying eyebrow again.
"Thank you " I say meekly. I know we're meant to turn into our mums when we get older, but this is ridiculous!


My nearly-two-yr-old took me by the hand yesterday when I said I had a sore tummy and she told me "you go lie down on the sofa now and watch some tv." They can be mummies, too, sometimes.

A Modern Mother

Your daughter is wise beyond her years!


My kids can be quite protective of me too. It's kind of nice, isn't it?

Metropolitan Mum

:) I am like a little frightened rabbit when it comes to watch 'scary stuff' on TV or in the cinema. I bet this is going to be me in a few years time.

geriatric mummy

An award for you over at mine :)


It's nice to have someone looking out for you, eh?

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