The invasion of the tiny spoons

You know what’s really weird? There are tiny pastel spoons in my silverware drawer. And bibs mixed in with my pot holders. There’s formula next to my coffee maker, baby bottles in my dish cabinet, a car seat by my back door, three high chairs in my dining room, a cradle in my entryway, a co-sleeper in my bedroom, crib sheets in my dryer, itty-bitty washcloths in my bathroom, and a Baby Einstein Discover & Play Entertainer in the corner of my family room. It’s incredibly strange to have all this baby stuff when I still can’t imagine what it’s like to have an actual baby.


4 Responses to “The invasion of the tiny spoons”

  1. Spaceman Bill Leah says:

    That Baby Einstein thingy will be one of the most valuable pieces of plastic junk you accumulate. Trust.

  2. sara says:

    I’m pretty sure you may be able to eliminate 2 of those high chairs…unless you have more than one parasite in there. :)

  3. funnyface says:

    Why multiple high chairs?

  4. bebehblog says:

    One is the awesome, multi-purpose chair I registered for. One is a travel high chair/seat for taking places. And one it an old-fashioned unfinished wood chair I’m going to paint to match my dining room furniture and use when the baby is old enough to sit at the table.

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