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Lauren
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@Ganny 27225 wrote:

Hi,
My tummy is very noisy as well, after most meals and drinks, but I quite like it talking to me, but my poor three year old grandaughter got really concerned for me. The last time I was staying with my son, my grandaughter had crept into bed with me in the early hours of the morning and being woken up my tummy decided it would talk to me, Ettie (the grandaughter) sat up in bed and said “are you hungry granny”, “no” I replied, all silent again then the tummy started again, up sat Ettie again “are you sure you are not hungry”, “no” I replied “it is just my talking to me”. Ettie came back with “whats it saying,does it want some cereal”, ” no I don’t think it does” says me,”well can you tell it to be quiet as I am trying to sleep here” says Ettie and that was me and my tummy told.
Elaine xx

Oh Elaine, that is absolutely adorable. What a sweet little girl she is to be so concerned for you. Love how, once she had established that you were not in any discomfort, she wanted it to shut up lol!

That’s what I love about children – their sentiments are confined to the immediate problem/dilemma. they don’t waste time worrying about things that have or may possibly happen. I wonder at what age we stop doing it? Children and animals live in the moment: I think we could all learn a few lessons from them!

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