Toby and the Tricky Things by Lou Peacock
‘Toby knew that he was getting bigger. He thought he might be a big boy.
He could pour his own milk.
He could read his own bedtime stories.
He could even reach the snacks that Mummy said were ‘Just for mummies’’.
Toby is a big boy now. But some things – like buttons, wellies and twisty spaghetti – are still too tricky. Mummy is too busy with baby sister Iris to help. Whatever will Toby do?
Sometimes sharing Mummy can be the trickiest thing of all…