I was given an illustrated book of lot of individual English poem in the 90s (book could have been older) with 'weird' poems for children. I think the illustrations might have been watercolour, and the poetry could have been aimed at preteens? All the poems had quirky/funny subjects/topics.
The one poem I remember was about a mother putting too much sugar in a baby's tea, and the picture was of massive 6ft tall baby who'd grown large from too much. I think the poem may have been in rhyming couplets? The baby complains that they are too big for the room/bed/etc.?
I've been looking for this book of poetry for the last ten years on and off, and I haven't found anything. Unfortunately I don't remember any more details, not even the ones suggested here.
What was this book called?