Wally Mummy August 22, 2012 Blog Post 10 Comments MISSING LAST SEEN ON SOUTHSEA COMMON WHILST WITH PEOPLE FROM BRISTOL (NOT CLEAR IF THIS FACT IS RELATED YET) ANSWERS TO NAME OF SOPHIE, ENJOYS MUSHED CARROT, HAVING FACE CHEWED AND A DECENT MERLOT. IF SPOTTED PLEASE TWEET @WALLYMUMMY REWARD OF HUGS AND SNOT-KISSES ON OFFER Related Tweet Pin It About The Author Wally Mummy Potty-mouthed blogger, gin enthusiast and owner of the WallyBubba and the WallyBoy. Says f@*k and vagina a lot. Really knackered. Related Posts Growth Spurt? Growth Spurt. May 3, 2012 Thank You… A MADs Poem… (contains alcohol…naturally) March 26, 2014 The Holly-Jolly-WallyChristmas That Was… December 31, 2013 My Mummyhood Body April 10, 2014 10 Comments Anonymous August 22, 2012 oh No! Was it her favourite? Reply WallyMummy August 22, 2012 yes 🙁 although u wouldn't know given the abuse she suffered… lol perhaps she made a run for it while she still had both her eyes… Reply Hayley Goleniowska August 23, 2012 Oh no! Coincidentally I have a new boxed one in the present drawer waiting for the next baby to come along… x Reply WallyMummy August 24, 2012 Aww – gotta love Sophie 😉 Best £13 I ever spent on formed rubber… Three times over. Anyway we have now welcomed Sophie #3 to the Wally-household xx obviously we held a ceremony to comiserate and say goodbye to Sophie #2. Full induction and training begins tomorrow… Lol xxx Reply TransatlanticMom Jackie August 25, 2012 A big welcome home to Sophie#3, do you perhaps have a Sophie#4 stashed in the cupboard just in case it's time for a quick replacement? Reply WallyMummy August 25, 2012 No – I've stapled Sophie no.3 to her face. #initiative 🙂 Reply Katie @mummydaddyme August 29, 2012 Our Sophie the Giraffe met a decidedly messy end- I didn't realise Mads had dropped out the car and I ran over her, PLUS she was in a puddle. She lost her squeak and had tyre marks all over her, I disinfected her but she was never the same again! 🙁 x Reply WallyMummy August 29, 2012 but a unique Sophie none the less… lol 🙂 gotta love Sophie ;))) Reply Feisty Tapas August 31, 2012 My daughter and Sophie were inseparable all through teething. I still remember the day I first held that little giraffe at a John Lewis wondering whether to spend that much money on a bit of rubber, then T stretched out her arms for her and smiled and the decision was taken. Reply WallyMummy August 31, 2012 I know! I have no idea why they love her SO much. If it was any other piece of shaped rubber I wouldn't have bothered replacing her, but we are now on our third Sophie and going strong. 😉 x Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.