Tuesday, March 21, 2017

WELP! People talking to my Baby who DOESN'T even talk yet


I, myself has talked to babies before, I even ask them things that I know I wouldn't get an answer from! But, actually, I didn't mind that. I didn't think it was awkward at all. There's nothing awkward about babies, right?

But now, as an awkward parent. I do get awkward when I'm carrying my baby girl and my friends, relatives, most esp when other people asks my baby! Who they know doesn't even talk yet!!! I mean c'mon...

But then I didn't mind it, and sometimes I don't answer the question, I just repeat the question to my little girl which made it more awkward I guess. Lol! I don't even know why I even thought of asking my little girl whom I know doesn't even talk. And doesn't even understand what I was saying. There was a time I answer it for my baby. But it seemed like they didn't care when I answered it for my daughter. :( So now, I just wait for the person to look at me, and talk to me instead of my daughter.

One time, my husband asked me this...
"What do you do when other people ask Maco something, even when they know Maco doesn't even talk yet. Do you answer for Maco or you don't answer at all?" 

I told him, "RIGHHHTT??!?!". And then we laughed.

I know this is just simple or non-sense for most people, but parents reading this, what do you do when other people ask your baby (who doesn't talk yet) questions? Do you answer for them, like you "baby talk" to them (LOL), or you just answer them? Or you just don't answer at all.

**This was when Maco doesn't talk yet, now she can somehow converse with people. If she's not being shy! Hehe

14 comments:

  1. Hahahah this is such an adorable confession...i guess most of the time the parents would answer for them..

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  2. We are all guilty of doing the exact same thing - just couldn't help it right. It is like we are entranced by their cuteness and you started talking to them.

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  3. i will talk to baby anyhow as my friend told me that baby likes lip movement. lol!

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  4. Hahaha sometimes babies choose not to talk because they dont like it. Patience is a must :) They will talk when they want it.

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  5. I don't answer for Jami. Hahaha! Lalo if I don't like the person who's asking the question anyway! hahahahah. I do talk to babies who doesn't talk yet and I don't care if they speak to me or not or kung dinedma ako ng babies. They are babies for God sake. Hahah! I will answer my own question with another question, like "Gusto mo to baby?" If deadma, "Ayaw mo? How about this one? Do you like it?" If they talk to Jami, sometimes, I will repeat the question to Jami but yeah, I don't answer it for him.I may do that, but that's subconsciously hahah.

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  6. On the contrary i always strike a conversation with my son even when he is just 6 months. He would smile or just totally ignore me. But now he wouldnt stop talking n screaming if he didnt get what he wants.

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  7. Lol! I'm completely guilty of talking to babies even if they don't talk back, only because I love to see their response to probably how weirdly loony I look while baby babbling to them!

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  8. If I was in that situation, I would probably answer on behalf. Haha... unless it is a question that I don't want to answer!

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  9. I didn't find it awkward but its cute. I like the relationship and the bond between mother and baby. Its amazing.

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  10. i think it is cute... and yes, i go through that last time too.. however, i tend to just ignore it

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  11. I talk to my baby cousins as if they understand too. lol. but i think it's cute. and i think they find it funny too because it would somehow make them laugh!

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  12. baby might not be able to answer. but in fact they would understand I believe.

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  13. That is so true, i think the baby would somehow understand the gesture or facial expression.

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  14. Is actually fun seeing baby talking in their own language. And the parent to see what they try to talk.

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