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Octopus arms, yes, that’s what they call me! Saving objects in my poor tea Click To Tweet
Octopus arms, yes, that’s what they call me!
Saving objects in my poor tea
But you know mummy can’t be everywhere,
So please try and take a little care.
I’m, partly, glad that I can save the day,
You see, I know there’s a better way.
You can assess what actions safe to take
And I won’t have to watch for every mistake!

Mama Grace

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Retrieved! No actual objects were harmed in this incident and said tea was finished. Plus it’s a Sunday, so husband is home and I got a second cup. I was vigilant with the second!

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25 Comments

  1. joskitchenlarder joskitchenlarder

    Absolutely love it! Big smile on my face 🙂 Glad you managed to get another cuppa though 😉 #BrilliantBlogPost

  2. It’s a good thing you were vigilant with the second cup, kids aim to knock that one over even more than the first since you are obviously enjoying yourself too much! #GlobalBlogging

  3. talkingmums1 talkingmums1

    Haha! Kids! I’m constantly on high alert of objects ending up in the toilet!
    #marvmondays

  4. So cute. I was wondering what was in that cup. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday

  5. madelinelittlejohns madelinelittlejohns

    Ha, loved this! And now I’m trying to remember if I’ve ever found random things in my tea, and I don’t think I have. My son preferred to put things in our shoes! x #KCACOLS

  6. This is definitely how I feel at times. I think shoes are the place my little ones have hid things. Many a dummy or toy have been found in my boots x Thanks for linking up #bigpinklink

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