I didn't think I would catch it. That weird, hyper-competitive thing you see between parents on TV. And I don't think I have it bad... yet.
I've been talking to Dog Park Girl. Her daughter was born a few weeks before Hamburglar and she started standing independently and took her first steps all right at 9 months. She sent me a video of her baby walking the other day and part of me (the part that responded to the text) thought, "How wonderful!" and the other part of me thought, "Fuck you." Because I'm awesome. Or terrible. Or both.
It was all fine that she was walking back when she had to wear a helmet for her flat spot, but now she got her helmet off, too.
It's totally dumb that I have to remind myself that just because other babies are accomplishing things earlier doesn't mean that Hamburglar isn't super rad. And I feel like an asshole. Probably because I am one.
At least Chumbercules is still cuter than dog park baby.
In other news of babies that are stupidly adorable...
Have you guys seen the pictures of Prince George? So. Fucking. Cute.
Also, I got a bubble machine from Target. The baby loves it.
And he has started giving hugs, which is pretty much the best thing in the world. If he gave hugs and slept, I would be over the moon.
I was carrying a bag of dog food the other day and Little Miss Adventure asked me, "How much does that weigh?"
"35 pounds," I said.
"How much do you weigh?"
"Wow! You're really strong!"
Six year olds are awesome.
I've decided I'm going to start trying to make friends/impress people the same way little kids do. So, internet, look how fast I can run! And look how big of a bite I can take!
I need a nap.