One last word to all those spit-up haters out there, don't hold a baby if you don't want them to share their bodily fluid with you (pee, poop, spit or their soy milk lunch).
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
The wonderful world of spit up
I just wanna know what is up with people being freaked out by baby spit-up and why I feel the need to feel bad when my child decides to share his food with others? This drives me nuts!! Guess what people, babies spit up (and not just those with Down syndrome so if you think its just because he has an extra chromosome, think again sucka!). Please tell me why I feel like I have to pretend to feel bad when Malachi's lunch ends up on someones shirt? Truth be told, its actually makes me chuckle. Perhaps its because I've gotten it so much that it doesn't bother me or because Malachi is darling and that makes his soy milk regurgitation darling as well? I'm not to sure. Be forewarned, if Malachi gets ya, I am most likely laughing (on the inside!).