They’re definitely on the naughty list! Adorable triplets, two, sent their Christmas tree toppling while their mother’s back was turned – and she captured the aftermath on camera
- Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, from West Midlands discovered her tree on floor
- Triplet Etta pulled bauble then tree landed on sisters, Amelia and Maya-Albertine
- The cheeky two-year-olds didn’t seem too fazed by their naughty behaviour
These cheeky triplets are on Santa’s naughty list after pulling down a huge Christmas tree which their parents had spent hours decorating.
Mum-of-four Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, could only watch in dismay as one of the girls, Etta, pulled at a bauble before the huge tree came crashing to the floor – almost landing on her and sisters, Amelie and Maya-Albertine.
At a loss for what to do, Rebecca – who joked she needs ‘eyes in the back of her head’ to keep tabs on her brood – picked up her phone to capture the aftermath on camera, filming the baubles and decorations scattered everywhere – and three naughty faces looking on.
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Like butter wouldn’t melt: Mum-of-four Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, watched on as cheeky Etta (left) pulled at a bauble before the tree landed on her and sisters, Amelie and Maya-Albertine (right). Above, pictured with the wrecked tree
Tree-mendous: The naughty trio – Etta, Amelie and Maya Albertine – look festive in red as they pose with the (at the time still standing) Christmas tree
It took the bemused parents David, 49 and Rebecca Wooldridge, 44, hours to assemble the tree – before it came tumbling down again. Triplets Amelie (left), Maya (centre) and Etta (right)
The tree – which took Rebecca and her husband, David, 49, hours to assemble – can be seen lying flat on the floor in the family home.
But the triplets don’t seemed fazed by their most recent act of naughty behaviour – despite the two-year-olds’ parents warning them Santa won’t be impressed.
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‘I was in the same room as the triplets when Etta pulled over the tree,’ said full-time mum-of-four, Rebecca.
‘It was almost in slow motion as Etta was tugging at a bauble before the whole thing landed on her and her sisters.’
Full-time mum Rebecca said the triplets didn’t seem ‘too fazed’ by their naughty behaviour – despite threatening they’ll be on Santa’s naughty list
She added: ‘I can’t look away for a couple of seconds without them causing mischief.
‘Just a few days ago Etta, Amelia, and Maya-Albertine covered themselves in mascara as well as the floor in the lounge.
‘They will be on Santa’s naughty list if they carry on but I don’t think they’re too bothered.
‘I managed to capture the aftermath on camera as it’s always funny to look back on.’
The Wooldridge family are decking the halls with lots of laughter this season as the remainder of the tree looks a sorry state on the floor, with baubles and decorations scattered everywhere
The triplets, who were born early at 29 weeks, aren’t strangers to causing mischief and even recruit their older brother, Felix, four, to join in when possible.
‘I need eyes at the back of my head to stop the triplets causing trouble,’ said Rebecca.
‘It’s so funny though and although they did break Felix’s hand print bauble when they pulled over the tree, we find it hard not to laugh.
‘They were all born so premature and had a mixture of health problems that we’re just relieved they’re happy and healthy.
‘I think we need some kid proof Christmas trees but as they’re only light weight we know they won’t hurt the girls if they fall over.’
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