Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Eating Babies

Why must us adults go so ga-ga over babies that we say things like, "He's so adorable that I could just eat him up!" or "I want to nibble on those arms!" or "I could make a sandwich from all the rolls on those thighs." Even Fat Bastard from the movie Austin Powers talked about eating babies. :)

I'm guilty of this myself and even used to tell people that I could just eat Connor's cheeks off. They were sooooooooo cute that I just want to nibble on them. When you stop to think about it.... its kinda weird!

There's been a round of new babies being born all around me and I hear myself saying these things and then giggle over the silliness of it all. I mean yes... My BFF's new baby is so cute that I could make a sandwich out of him and eat him up but..... I'll just stick to kisses all over that face!

So what's the point of all of this?? What crazy things do you find yourself saying? Share and give us all a giggle

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  1. When my friend had her newborn I said "Let me smell the baby." I know it sounds so weird but there is just something about that newborn smell that I love:-)

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    1. Love love love the new baby smell as well. Before Connor was born I was prepping his room and putting the diapers in the drawers of the changing table and smelling them as they went it. That NEW diaper smell just made my heart skip a beat.

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  2. Ich haben einen Baby gegessen!

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  3. Babies are delicious! Look at all that juicy fat! lol

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  4. Amanda, all this baby talk is making my hungry ;-) Very entertaining post!

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    1. You'll just have to hold off for a little bit longer and then you can eat your own baby! :)

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  5. Too funny! I love the "New Baby Smell" and the "Clean Baby Smell". :-)

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    1. Yes. The new baby smell. I was totally sniffing my friends new baby. And I love the smell of Connor after his bath while we read stories before bed time!

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