Babies stress me out, but they are still freaking adorable. They're so warm and soft to hold, especially when they're sleeping and not being obnoxious. I have never had to spend an extended amount of time with a baby, luckily, so any time they start crying I can just pass them off to someone else/the parent.
Holding them stresses me out though, because that's like a person in your arms. You are holding a person. And if you drop them....it's too much for me. I have only held babies twice, and one was actually like 2 years old and hardly a baby at that point.
I completely agree with Doc, except the cute part! Look some of them look like freaking dittos, blobs of saliva, puke, and I can't stand the constant attention that they need when it comes to burping and cleaning them up.
Now a small toddler, that I can stand because they don't require as much attention, can somewhat communicate, and don't drool all over themselves...
Respect and honor to people that have to deal with babies 24/7, I don't have that kind of patience.
Only women like babies and that's because it's confirmation that a woman has fulfilled her biological purpose, plus they can show it off and talk about it non-stop. (yawn)
So if you happen not to be a woman you'll of course know there's nothing special about babies. They serve no purpose what so ever apart from consuming and ****ting. I too think they look ugly. Again I think it's only women that see them as cute or whatever.
Well, I mean, when you consider we were all once drooling babies you gotta have some sympathy. Cuteness depends on the baby but I normally don’t see it until six months or so. I mean I wouldn’t willingly spend time with some for fun but I wouldn’t say I don’t like them.
For the most part they are adorable, not so fun when they are crying unstoppably, but so sweet when they are happy and laughing, and they are so easy to get to laugh. That said, I do like it more when they are older and actually have developed some personality. I love that my nieces and nephews are getting old enough that they're interested in more things that I too find fun, like games and such
I think they’re cute and fun to be around. I’ve never had to take care of one, but I love working with kids. I was an intern at a preschool for 3 months in a class with 19 kids and it was one of the best experiences of my life. Preschool age is pretty close to baby age I guess. But still, kids are great.