Debbie sent the following rhyme. We were wondering if anyone’s heard of it, and if so, in which country(s).
My Mama bought a baby, a little tiny thing,
I could almost put it through my little rubber ring,
It takes all my good kisses and it took my baby bed
I’d like to take my dolly’s foot and hit it over the head.
It seems to be about a kid who just got a new sibling and isn’t too happy about it.
Please let us know if you’ve heard of this rhyme, and where, in the comments below.
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