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Naughty twin toddlers empty sugar and salt packets on living room floor to make ‘snow angels’


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The hilarious moment a mum caught her twin toddlers making ‘snow angels’ with sugar and salt in the living room has been caught on camera.

To make matters worse, Kim McCabe, 31, from Solihull, Birmingham, had just finished cleaning the kitchen and living room when she nipped to the loo for five minutes – only to return and find the entire downstairs floor covered in white grit.

The mum of twins, Mila-Rose and Kyson, three, filmed the moment as she realised the pair had emptied two entire bags of salt and sugar over the floor to mimic snow so they could make snow angels.

‘I must have only been gone five minutes but they were suspiciously quiet so I thought I’d go and check on them,’ says Kim.

Kim left the pair alone for five minutes… and returned to find this (Picture: Mercury Press)

‘When I saw the floor I gasped, I couldn’t believe it and I didn’t even know what it was at first.

‘I had just spent hours cleaning the entire downstairs and I felt like crying but when they started lying down on the floor and making snow angels I couldn’t help but laugh.’

Thankfully, the hairdresser saw the funny side – even though she had to spend another 45 minutes cleaning up the new mess and getting the kids cleaned up, as they were both caked in the salty sweet mixture.

Mila Rose and Kyson are the inseparable tots who caused all the mess (Picture: Mercury Press)

‘They were gutted that everywhere else in the UK had seen snow and we hadn’t had any more snowfall so they decided to make their own,’ Kim explains.

‘They’d taken one of the dining room chairs so they could reach the cupboard and pull out the salt and sugar.

‘They were absolutely covered head to toe but I was laughing too much to be cross!’

We’re not sure we would be able to stay quite as calm in the face of all that mess.

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