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5 Things I Learned as a Parent This Week (#40)

1.Some nappy changes are like Brexit - tonnes of build up, nobody really knows what's going on and there's a horrible mess to clean up afterwards.

2.I love the twins in their Toy Story pj's but I'm not keen on my wife constantly shouting "Awww, look at my little Woody..."

3.Guests who complain at the Furchester Hotel have obviously never stayed at Milton Keynes Travelodge.

4.The quickest way to go from 0 to panic is for a 14 month old to snatch the glasses from your face.

5.The only silver lining to your toddler being under the weather is that at least they want a proper cuddle for a change. 😩

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