If you happen to have a cat when you become pregnant, there invariably will be people who will tell you that you MUST get rid of the poor feline for any variety of crazy reasons — from cats “stealing babies’ breath” (has never happened) to cats’ dander making the air less “pure” (no more so than babies’ dirty diapers, let me tell you). I can tell you from experience that cats not only make adorable, harmless companions for babies, but can also serve as helpful baby accessories:
1. Cat as baby blanket.
2. Cat as boppy.
3. Cat as teddy bear.
4. Cat as protective belt.
5. Cat as toddler pillow.
Good thing it’s the weekend! Now the cat can finally sleep 22 hours a day, rather than his usual measly 20.
An eerily accurate portrayal of my son’s behavior lately…
As inspired by Ninja Mom’s “Cry-Baby Captions!”
And, should Prince William and Duchess Kate’s new baby be unable or unwilling to perform his/her royal duties for any reason, this guy is standing by and totally ready to step in if necessary…
“Sure hope all of this breastfeeding hopes me lose the baby weight. I’m tired of people calling me a pig.”
You have ever uttered these words:
“I have had it with these motherf*cking squirrels in this motherf*cking yard!”
Horseback riding form: doggy-style.
Good thing the kitty has eight more lives.
“She could at least try to be subtle about it,” the poor bird thinks.