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To think she shouldn't have eaten the biscuit!

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Babyiwantabump Thu 23-Mar-17 17:22:46

Possibly being a tiny bit U but...

DS (3) made biscuits at nursery today . He had two to bring home. As I was strapping him and baby DS in the car DD took it upon herself to eat the bloody biscuits!

I hadn't even seen them!
I wanted OH to see them too as it's the first time DS has done this kind of thing.

DS is sad that mummy and daddy didn't get to see the biscuits.

I'm quite annoyed ! Greedy git!

Wheresthattomoibabber Thu 23-Mar-17 17:25:49

How old is she?

HeartsTrumpDiamonds Thu 23-Mar-17 17:27:20

Yes age of DD is important to know!

ItWentInMyEye Thu 23-Mar-17 17:27:36

Depends how old she is

squashytoes Thu 23-Mar-17 17:27:52

Depends how old your DD how I would react, but you sound awfully precious about some biscuits really.

TheGaleanthropist Thu 23-Mar-17 17:28:12

Here have a couple of new ones!

acornsandnuts Thu 23-Mar-17 17:28:34

Bless. It's biscuits. Not ideal but I wouldn't make s fuss. Why not get them both baking at the weekend and make some more.

TestingTestingWonTooFree Thu 23-Mar-17 17:29:23

If she's 3, fair enough. If she's 13 that deserves a telling off.

ZilphasHatpin Thu 23-Mar-17 17:29:27

She'll have to bake him some more to make up for it.

Pinkheart5915 Thu 23-Mar-17 17:29:32

How old is your dd? Is she certainly old enough to know better? Bit diffrence between a 2 year old eating them and a 9year old.

If your dd is an older child, then yes it was greedy to eat them both and rude to do so without asking

SantasLittleMonkeyButler Thu 23-Mar-17 17:30:42

A soggy nursery biscuit? Yum confused.

Are you going to tell us that DD is about 6 months old?

SparkleTwinkleGoldGlitter Thu 23-Mar-17 17:30:50

How old Is your dd? A world of diffrence between a 2 year old and 8 year old having eaten them.

SantasLittleMonkeyButler Thu 23-Mar-17 17:31:39

If she's 16 - send her down to the shop for the ingredients to make some more with him hmm.

Matildatoldsuchdreadfullies Thu 23-Mar-17 17:31:53

You do know that all ds did was wash his hands and stir the mixture - and if the nursery is really adventurous, he might even have chucked in some flour.

And, quite honestly, I'd never touch a biscuit made by a nursery child. I've seen too many children sneezing over the mixing bowl, or picking their nose and then putting their fingers in the mixture.

SantasLittleMonkeyButler Thu 23-Mar-17 17:32:20

Sorry - that shouldn't have been a hmm face! I was joking not being snippy!

Babyiwantabump Thu 23-Mar-17 17:33:48

Sorry - she's 12 nearly 13!

Wheresthattomoibabber Thu 23-Mar-17 17:34:26


TestingTestingWonTooFree Thu 23-Mar-17 17:34:32

Bollocking for that. Even if he said she could, she shouldn't have.

Wishiwasmoiradingle2017 Thu 23-Mar-17 17:34:59

Tell her she has to make some more with ds!!

SaucyJack Thu 23-Mar-17 17:35:14

Pretty nasty behaviour on her part then.

SparkleTwinkleGoldGlitter Thu 23-Mar-17 17:35:31

In that case don't get wrong I wouldn't make a huge fuss but I would ave words with her about how it was greedy to eat both and ask why she didn't think to ask

pinkopal Thu 23-Mar-17 17:36:46

When your first grandchild makes mummy some biscuits at nursery, eat them all.

Babyiwantabump Thu 23-Mar-17 17:36:59

I'm not so bothered that I didn't get to eat them it's just DS was proud and wanted to show them to me and OH but didn't get to as DD had shoved them both in her face eaten them both before I'd even finished buckling the boys in the car!

PuntCuffin Thu 23-Mar-17 17:37:15

That's the sort of thing my DS1 does to DS2. Gives me the rage every time!
Definitely make her bake again with him and read a riot act about being less selfish.
Although i don't eat nursery biscuits either.

flumpybear Thu 23-Mar-17 17:38:07

Hhmmm does she feel left out do you think or is she being a pest!?

You should have rules in place - make them now confused

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