Aibu to think babies feet are the cutest thing ever?!

(77 Posts)
Meandyou150 Sat 13-Jun-15 18:10:01

Just that really- the way they curl their toes in pleasure when they eat! Their feet are just so chubby and kissable!

Fatmomma99 Sat 13-Jun-15 18:11:47

YABU - very.

What about their little hands?

Meandyou150 Sat 13-Jun-15 18:13:57

Love their little hands too! But their feet!! Awwww x

CakeNinja Sat 13-Jun-15 18:17:09

I hate feet of all kinds!! Baby feet are possibly the worst as they're all clammy and squirmy <heave>

AuntyMag10 Sat 13-Jun-15 18:18:07

Yanbu yes I want to eat their feet toogrin

MrsLecter Sat 13-Jun-15 18:18:29

I have my three day old DD curled up with me as I type and she is rubbing her little feet together (she does it when she's tired). It's too cute. YANBU grin.

CaptainAnkles Sat 13-Jun-15 18:18:40

That chubby foldy bit on their wrists is equally cute smile

keeptothewhiteline Sat 13-Jun-15 18:24:29

cakeninja- seek therapy!!!
Feet are beautiful. Especially baby feet.
How do you feel about your own feet?

We are a family of foot carers. All hardworking feet feet get a soak in the foot spa or a soak and a massage.
I love my own feet, care for my Ohs, and nurture my teenage children's feet- one does lots of hard ballet- the other rugby, both come to me for a rub, soft touch attention or nurture.
Our feet keep us planted- what is not to love!!!!

urbinosparrot Sat 13-Jun-15 18:24:59

YABU, their feet can be quite sweaty. Their little chubby knees are perfect thoughwink

GlitzAndGigglesx Sat 13-Jun-15 18:27:18

I was admiring my friends one year olds feet yesterday they're so chubby and little and cute. Newborns have the best feet though

Elledouble Sat 13-Jun-15 18:32:15

My baby's feet are massive, it's hilarious! The day he was born they reminded me of a rabbit's hind feet.

They're still gorgeous though.

TendonQueen Sat 13-Jun-15 18:40:04

If you watch How I Met Your Mother, there's an episode discussing whether to have kids and Lily (and others) are won over by the cuteness of a baby's sock. 'But what about Marshall working all the time?' 'But.. sock!' grin

Meandyou150 Sat 13-Jun-15 18:42:19

Lol!!! I just seriously want to eat my sons feet!

RevoltingPeasant Sat 13-Jun-15 18:48:36

Yes to curling toes when feeding.

DD is 4.5 mos and has recently taken to "walking" around the room supported under the arms. She is like a little old drunk, very carefully lifting each tiny foot with its baby sock and Sock On, and planting it firmly down. She says "ha!" in triumph every few steps grin

The thigh creases are good too....

plinkyplonks Sat 13-Jun-15 18:50:30

Aww! YANBU - they are delicious :P

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sat 13-Jun-15 18:55:42

Yabu. Kittens paws are cuter grin

BelindaBagwash Sat 13-Jun-15 19:02:28

I've always thought that I must be very strange as I don't really like babies very much (although I had 2 of my own)

If anyone brings a baby into the workplace, I'm not really that interested in it and, heaven help me, if it's passed around to be cuddled and cooed over!!

LadyCuntingtonThe3rd Sat 13-Jun-15 19:04:13

Cakeninja, how can you hate something soooo gorgeous?!

My DD's chubby feetsmile

WoonerismSpit Sat 13-Jun-15 19:08:13

Congratulations MrsLecter! flowers

My DD's feet are one of my favourite things. All of her toes are the same length grin

Pointlessfan Sat 13-Jun-15 19:12:03

Aw, yes they are and so are their little tiny hands.

TheOriginalWinkly Sat 13-Jun-15 19:14:52

YANBU to think they are cute, but their wee squidgy bums are far cuter. DD flips herself over in her cot so she's face down on hands and knees (ready to crawl off the moment something interesting happens), and her bum sticks up in the air, utterly squidgable and lovely even through nappy, PJs and sleeping bag smile

jarofpickles Sat 13-Jun-15 19:16:30

Baby ears.... Cute cute cute!

RumAppleGinger Sat 13-Jun-15 19:22:41

I want to eat them!

hiddenhome Sat 13-Jun-15 19:32:30

Actually, kittens feet are cuter grin

hiddenhome Sat 13-Jun-15 19:33:47

grin

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