via Daily Prompt: Plop


“No baby, don’t wriggle, not now. Please!”

“Look, look, teddy! Oooh, lovely teddy.”

Ah Lord above, her hands are in it now! What if she eats it?

Where the fish are the wipes gone now? They were here a while ago. They were right here next to me!

I’ll hold her left paw with my left.

Found the wipes.

OK, right hand, clean the infant’s ploppy paws, then her ploppy backside.

“Baby bear, will you stop the commotion for five seconds my darling. Lie back down sweetie pea”.

Crikey, when did she turn into an octopus? Stay still!

This is the last time I change a poopy nappy in the backseat of the car.



I am a stay at home parent to a beautiful little girl. I am also an aspiring writer. I am currently working on a few projects; a novel that is set in Guernsey, post WWII and a children's book set in Ireland. I write two blogs; and I also love to play the piano and flute (badly!) :) And I love, love, love to read, watch reality tv shows and do easy level Sudoku.

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