Standing up in the bath.
Oh you think that’s a laugh.
Hmm, except when you fall
That’s not funny at all.
Why you could hit your head,
That fills mummy with dread.
Save us the ouch and tears
And stop mummy’s worst fears.
Sit down nicely and play,
That is the safest way.
You’ll have fun on your bum.
I’ll be a happy mum.
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I love the way you talk to your daughter through your poetry. I’ve just scrolled down and read all the posts to here – I can relate to so many – the green crust, car seat, standing in the bath. Such beautiful little stories and how lovely it will be for your daughter to look back and read these when she is older and then again when she has children of her own. Beautiful <3 Thank you for joining us at #GlobalBlogging as that is how I came across your page xx
Thanks so much Lucy! I’m pleased to know I’m not the only one. I’m new to all this but the blogging community is awesome and I love that there’s a sharing of global experiences through #GlobalBlogging it’s funny that no matter where you are parenthood replicates scenarios.
It is such a lovely little community. I didn’t expect that either when I started xx
Ahh genius! Sometimes I wish that my 4 year-old would stay on her bum. She knows no fear! #FridayFrolics
My thing is always “mind the tap”. My kids seem to constantly be on a collision course with them! Thanks for linking up to #FridayFrolics
I haven’t had that yet…I do get the shower hose (if that’s what you call it) though. It’s a mummy maze every day.
I wish my two would sit on their bums in the bath! Thanks so much for joining us for #FridayFrolics
Great fun links. Thank You
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