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Mummy mummy mummy mummy!

Tillie woke up this morning at about 7.15am, by 7.30am she must have said "mummy" about 30 times and I don't think I am even exaggerating! I was deperate for her to say 'Mummy' for so long, all she used to say was "daddy" and i was even called "dadum" for a while but she has been saying mummy for quite a while and now she doesn't stop hehe.

"Mummy mummy mummy mummy"
"Yes poppet"
"Mummy mummy mummy mummy"
"Shall we read a book"
"Mummy mummy mummy no mummy mummy mummy"
"Shall we dance?"
"Mummy mummy mummy dance mummy mummy"

Tillie is obsessed with ice, as soon as we go down into the pub she asks for "more ice more ice more ice" Some elderly customers were trying to get her attention today but she was too busy bobbing up and down singing "ice ice baby".

Tillie's hair is completely out of control at the moment, she looks so cute it is starting to get very curly but still isn't that long so she had a curly mohawk today and was in a pretty dress so the elderly ladies love to see her.

We all had a family nap this afternoon, danced to a bit of Fun Song Factory again and read a few books, had tea in the campervan tent, nanna came for a play and then I started getting things ready for bed time. I forgot that I had left the bath running and walked in just in time before it went over the sides much to Tillie's amusement she was stood splashing over the sides until most of it had drained away.

Nick was working in the pub, he popped up to say goodnight to her whilst she was in the bath and he decided to blow a raspberry in the water, Tillie loved this and wanted him to do it again so he did but she grabbed him by his ear and held his head under - I heard him spluttering and panicking! I found that very funny.


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