to allow mothers of newborns to drop kick any fucker who asks if their miserable screaming baby is hungry.
As if you are clearly so inept as a parent that hunger had not crossed your mind. Especially when, but not limited to when, that mother is buying fucking gripe water from you at the Boots counter ( even though she knows, as do you, it's a fucking placebo).
Then can we extend on that to permit drop kickings when asking if the baby is cold when said baby is clearly well wrapped.
Could someone make this happen while I have a nap? Thanks in advance.
I'd widen it to any implied criticism which is addressed 'to' the baby and not the parent.
If you want to say "He/she looks tired/hungry/miserable" then please direct your remarks to the person who has sufficient language skills to understand your remarks, and don't be passive aggressive by talking to the person who can barely understand your tone of voice at this stage.
Can we also add baby talk? It MAY be beneficial to babies to hear gibberish, but it still winds me up. I know people who will happily hold whole conversations with ADULTS along the lines of "Oooh shall we go for walky-tats even though it's all windy-whuffles outside?" Makes me murderous.
Or perhaps we can drop kick those stupid people who think you are abusing your child on a hot's summer day by NOT wrapping said child in a dozen layers of arctic fleece. Even though the baby is clearly quite hot.
Ha! Had the potty training crap from my mum. She was most put out when I told her that starting potty training as soon as I could sit on a potty didn't result in me being dry any sooner than DD was.
I was dry by 2.5 and so was DD. Only difference being was that she'd had me sat on a potty as soon as I sat up unaided, and DD didn't start potty training until after 2 yrs, when she could understand a bit lot better.