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I gifted my daughter a Moving/Rolling/Jumping alarm clock as I always argued with her that she needs to be more independent in the morning. The ritual of waking her up in the morning is always " 10 mins more ,5 mins, 1 mins and 30 sec more". She uses me as her clock with verbal snooze button.
I think its my mistake that I asked her to use it during the October school break.
Today morning, I heard the alarm and then a loud thud and so went to check what happened. What I saw was a gruesome crime scene with dead remains of the Clock along with a paperback book on top of it. The clock I assume had no chance to run or roll with her clothes lying around in the floor and my kid not being a morning person.

So my biggest dilemma is should I buy a new clock or a helmet for myself.
cheers,
Super

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