Adelaide’s new thing: being a baby.
It started with wrapping herself in Augie’s blankets and wanting to be held. Then she started wearing his diaper covers. Today, she is wearing all of his clothes.
She says, “I don’t want to be a big girl any more. I want to be a baby.”
Last night, I was eating cashews, and she wanted some. I said, “But babies don’t eat cashews.” I thought she would snap out of it and say, “I’m a big girl!” but no. She stuck to her babiness.
Then I felt kind of bad for not giving her cashews.
Anyway. I think it’s kind of weird, but I kind of get it, too. I mean, it’s fun to be a baby. Babies get lots of cuddling and attention.
It’s just a phase, right?
And yes, her hair is indeed shorter, thanks for noticing. Yes, she cut her own hair again. Yes, I have learned my lesson.