Unexpected Things Babies Like

A comic. Title reads: Unexpecting things babies like. Four panels. First panel: whisks. It depicts a baby happily chomping on a whisk. Second panel: pictures of other babies. It depicts a baby

I completely expected for them to like power points, grabbing the cat’s tail and throwing themselves from heights. I knew about those things. Following a crawling baby around stopping her from repeatedly headbutting every solid object she came across was not something I expected to be doing at all, let alone often.

Big thank you to the friend who put me onto whisks as the best impromptu baby entertainment object.


6 responses to “Unexpected Things Babies Like”

  1. esoterica Avatar

    I have zero experience with babies and I find this fascinating! On several occasions, I’ve seen 1- or 2-year-olds point at an even younger child and say, “baby!” The pot calling the kettle black, eh?

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    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      I am finding babies really fascinating. And yes, I’ve had a bunch of toddler/preschool age babies point at my baby in playground or something and say ‘baby!’ with delight. (Also some be completely weirded out by the smaller baby who just stares at them in wonderment because they’re doing advanced, interesting things).

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  2. HAT Avatar

    Just wait till you take your toddler to the zoo and they’re more interested in the soda vending machine than any of the animals.

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    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      Oh, I’m sure that day is rapidly approaching. I bought her a lovely ball to play with in the backyard. She prefers to stack and unstack empty plastic plant pots.

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  3. Wilt Avatar

    As an ex-baby, those are all valid, Lucy!

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    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      I suppose I do appreciate a decent dishwasher.

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