We were at the park a few days ago, and another Mum came in with her little one and her new bub. My little one promptly fell in love! She oooohed and aaahed over this little 3 month old, played with her feet, touched her hands and kept saying “My baby!” Followed, for some reason with “Baby cry?” (she wasn’t crying at all!)

After half hour or so, the other Mum went to leave.
 Oh Dear…
My child was jumping up trying to drag the little one out of her Mum’s arms by the feet, screaming “Don’t take my baby!”

This poor lady was quite taken aback!

I picked mine up and tried to explain this was NOT our baby, and she needed to go home with her Mummy.
 After the lady managed to get out of the gate. my little girl clung to the gate, crying and sobbing “Baby come back! Baby come back!”
 It took quite a while to settle her down. Since then, nearly every baby we see she runs up and looks, then, all disappointed says “Not MY baby…..”
 I worry about what will happen when she finds one she decides is hers!

This Real Story is by KATELT, 04/12/2013
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  • Your little girl needs a doll that you feed with a bottle of water, it wets its nappy and has to be changed the same as a baby does.
    Or there is a baby doll that apparently has batteries in it that cries when it needs to be fed, burped, nappy changed and other life like problems. I don’t know what the brand is or where they are available. I do know that some schools use them as therapy for children with special needs to show them what is involved in caring for a baby


  • Oh goodness gracious me that is so funny but must have been a tad embarrassing for you. Lol


  • Oh my god how hilarious!!!


  • Aww this is hilarious and adorable!


  • That’s hilarious. I can just imagine it – they get so attached so quickly :)


  • Great! Really interesting article! Thanks for sharing this!


  • Omg how precious! Funny story for her 21st!


  • Oh dear you poor little one. Made me laugh though


  • Oh dear, your poor little one.Maybe she needs her own baby aka dolly that she can take care of.


  • That is adorable, sounds like someone will be a great mummy when she grows up!


  • my oh my well that is a strange situation, i cant help but laugh at the thought of when she finds “her” baby.


  • oh GOLD, love that story!! Might need to buy her a very life like dolly!


  • That’s so funny and cute, at least you know she will be a protective big sister.


  • ha ha what a cute kid

    • yeah i don’t know what i would do lol


  • Oh wow, the poor dear and poor you too.

    Maybe you need to take her shopping for her own baby or give her one for her birthday.
    Let her wash it and feed it and maybe she wont act that way.


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