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June 2, 2011

Thursdays are for What the Hell is This?

People, it has got to stop. This whole "dress up a sleeping newborn in whatever weird stuff we can think up because they're little, can't stop you and sleep a lot" is just wrong. It's the baby equivalent of writing all over your friend's face when he's passed out drunk. It's just plain mean.



Don't tell me this kid isn't going to be gunning for whoever did this to him/her later in life.

13 comments:

Vicki Knitorious said...

Yep. I'll agree on this one. It's pure fugly. Nothing's better in a baby photo than... nothing!
; )

Christina Habberjam said...

Heheh, cuuute... and hilarious.

Wendy said...

he's going to be the emo kid who hates his parents for sure!

Cathy said...

What mystifies me is how is it possible to take a sleeping baby and pop it into a barrel without waking it?? Would never have happened with my kids.

faerieflings said...

This is cruelty to babies. I want to see the BABY, not the ridiculous get up you stuck him/her in. Save the crazy outfit for Halloween (when at least it makes SENSE).

handmadehomeschool said...

At the very least, coordinate the wig and the quilt, people. Clashing only makes cruelty to babies worse.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Okay - I can sorta see the whole clown thing... but why did they put him in what appears to be a garbage can???

Nik said...

That hat is kinda wrong. lol. But the baby's cute ;D

Jennifer said...

Poor kid. I have a million dollars (well, not really) that says he develops a phobia of clowns.

FoFo said...

I like cute kid photos but please ick! Poor kid!

Sarah said...

I'm with Cathy. How to you take a sleeping baby, dress it up, put red on its nose, and then put all of it in an aluminum bucket? HOW?

Anonymous said...

I think I remember Nicole from Stash and Burn saying that they feed the babies right beforehand and turn the temperature of the room way up. (In an episode from around February?...) Then the babies get really sleepy, and the parents ignore the brief feelings of guilt before abusing their newborns.

domesticshorthair said...

Ugh! That is so wrong, wrong, wrong!