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re:film, the phases of a hungry baby

I got ambitious the other day and decided to do a series of videos documenting the journey through a baby’s meal.

I must warn you, a baby eating is an emotional thing.

There are tears.  There is laughter.  There is sleepiness.  There is smiling.

It is an epic saga filled with highs and lows.

Please, feel free to take a moment to prepare yourself.

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Babies communicate hunger with anger.

A hungry baby, if they were not so small, could kill a full grown grizzly bear if they were 30 minutes past feeding time.

In the following, Abbey is only about 10 minutes past time to eat (Daddy couldn’t find a clean bottle):

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It is absolutely incredible how rapidly Abbey is capable of transitioning from infuriated to completely docile and relaxed to the verge of passing out.

How quickly things change, however, when the bottle is taken away for the dreaded “mid-meal burp”:

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Having been placated with the second half of her bottle, Abbey introduced the audience to a little thing Mama and Daddy like to call “milk-drunk baby”:

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Parenting is filled with simple and satisfying joys.

  1. ally
    May 15, 2009 at 8:35 am

    OH my goodness, she is so cute!

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