My 6-month-old is in hysterics because i've been blowing raspberries on his neck. To him I am brilliant and hillarious. I find his adoration quite life affirming. And he looks particularly cute in his big knitted green hoodie.
Yes, but they are cute crying shitting unpleasant leaches that drain you of your very lifes bloody and all your cash and resources. The sort of crying shitting unpleasant leaches that drain you of your very lifes bloody and all your cash and resources that you just can't help cuddling.
Oooh yes they are so cute. I love the way DD puts her arms up and says 'Aaaaah' whenever she wants a cuddle. And the fact that she laughs at my jokes. And her chubby squeezable cheeks. She's wearing a fleecy jumper today that's a bit too big for her and she looks like a miniature hiker Tis very cute.
Mmmmmmmmmmmm sleepy milky breath <<sigh>> I love that smell. In fact when DD falls asleep in my arms after a feed, I still like to lean in really close and smell her breath. She's 14 months so not really a baby anymore It smells lovely though, like melted icecream.
My dd, 3, is the most frustrating, infuriation, distracting, wonderful, funny, cute, sweet little pixie, there is. She wakes me up with big cheesey grins and cuddles and I love her tickle-giggles. All standard stuff. They are worth it.
I rarely feel broody, proably because I know I will not be having another one, but my friend's 7 month old was so lovely the other day, all compact and cuddly, looked the picture of health, sweet smelling, big beamy permanent smile, right in your eyes. I would have smuggled her out if I could.
It's a shame that they are so much work, and that they grow up, but it is interesting to watch them do it, I suppose.