It is almost sad to know that our little bundles of joy cannot talk to us when they’re very young. We are sure that there are very many things that they would like to tell their mothers. Some of it may be funny; some of it may be cringe worthy. Wouldn’t you like to know what your baby would want to tell you? Luckily enough for you, we have compiled an amazing list of some of the things that your baby would likely want to tell you if they could utter comprehensible words:
"Since we are sharing the same bed, and I want to be totally honest with you, you should know that you are never going to ‘sleep in’ again. Just strike it out of your weekend list of fun things to do. I cry in the middle of the night, and I will not stop till the sun stops playing that silly hide and seek game with me!"
"You would also cry if you were wrapped in a tight little mommy blanket and put down on a bed after being breastfed. I mean, the pressure is just too much and it is not a coincidence that I puke right after you have let go of me. Are you even listening to me mom?!"
"Do you know how embarrassing it is for you to smell my privates in public? Could you do that at home before we leave?! Come on mom!"
"I have to say this: I’m so lucky I have my own candy dispenser! I only have to cry and I’ll be getting free milk and it’s all mine! Don’t you dare share it with anyone else!"
"Do us both a favor and clean me up please? I’m stinking. Oops. There it goes again."
"I cry when I'm hungry, I cry when I'm scared, I cry when I don't see you every second of the day. Don't take it personally I'm a baby it's what we babies do."
"Boob for breakfast, boob for second breakfast, boob for lunch, boob for dinner, boob for a midnight snack, boob pretty much every hour on the hour. Hope you're good with that."
"I fall asleep when I'm tired so stop trying to schedule in my naps because I guarantee you I won't fall asleep when you want me to."
"I don't cry because I'm trying to manipulate you I cry because it's the only way I know how to communicate with you. "
"I feel the safest when you wear me near to your heart. Don't ever let me go."
"I can tell you're stressed and I'm 99.999% sure it's because of me. I'm the reason you don't sleep, I interrupt your meals, I give you no peace and quiet, and you can't even pee alone most days, but I'm sure you know that I'm worth it!"
Your baby may not be able to communicate in words what they feel, think, and want, but just know that they do appreciate you in every way possible. Some days may seem so long and stressful and you wonder if you will ever get your sanity back, but then your baby smiles and coos at you and reminds you of exactly what matters and why you do everything that you do. Keeping your baby happy and content is your priority and you will do whatever it takes to make that happen!