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  1. Hahaha, this is a very amusing blog!! I can totally relate- I dread to think what’s in my 2 year olds handbag.. however I am introgued now so may just have to do a blog about our findings too! 🙂

  2. hehe, this made me chuckle… 🙂 Bless her… I use to be same as a kid, I hid my shoes once so my mum couldn’t take me to nursery, I told her they were in the hoover… She thought don’t be silly, they cant be the HOOVER, but they were actually in my kids play hoover hehe 🙂 #MagicMoments

  3. Emma my little tot was a bugger for borrowing! i once got home from town, took her coat off and found 19 scrunchies (big chunky bobbles) up her arms! she had put them on while i was talking to the stall holder about some other clips!

    I drove her back to town and made her give them back! lol

    thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments x

    • farmerswifeandmummy

      hehe it is funny but the newsagents weren’t laughing until I said she was 3 (I didn’t take her). I think they thought she was about 16 and were about to ring the police haha #MagicMoments xx

  4. Haha. Amazing post. Genuinely made me giggle! I don’t have a toddler so no handbag to raid! It’s something I will do doing when squish is big enough! Funny little insight into their world! x

  5. hahaha! Fab post! My youngest is a little swine for ‘borrowing’ things especially from school. So embarrassing….My eldest came home from school yesterday with a pocket full of daisies with there petals pulled off….lol

  6. Lovely post! I am always finding odd things in my girls bags. Belle also went through a stage of acquiring things from nursery. I was mortified when I kept having to return her swag! #pocolo

  7. Brilliant!! Grace has had loads of bags over the years and as she has got bigger her belongings have changed – although, at this age the contents of her bag were very similar to your daughters! These days it is hair clips and lipsticks! Thank you for linking to PoCoLo x

  8. This is funny especially the ‘borrowing’! The only things I usually find in my girls pockets are tissues and the odd pen from pre-school,although we are going through a ‘treasures’ phase involving sticks, stones, daisies so I keep coming across these too. Toy bags at home are filled with dolls clothes and accessories so nothing unusual here.

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