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Madame Chamberlaine is up to Her Neck in Babies!

Tzipi Wolner

I came home from school one day and stopped. Huh? On the front door was a little sign with a baby on it and it said “Babies on board.”

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

As I was biting into the banana, I heard a baby cry. The baby on my mother’s shoulder was finally asleep. Oh no, don’t tell me that babies cry in their sleep too!

But the sound was coming from somewhere outside of the kitchen. This I needed to see.

I went to investigate. In the living room on the rug was another baby, bawling her poor eyes out. There was a pacifier next to her, so I stuck it into her little mouth. The baby quieted down, pulled the blanket over her face, and fell asleep.

You’re going to think I’m making this up, but then I heard another baby crying!

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