Monday, February 22, 2010


I don't understand why babies are measured like fish when they are first born. You always get that office email when someone has a baby saying that the baby was 9 lbs. 10oz. and was 23 inches long. But it's never followed by, "so they threw him back." Why not say the baby was 1'-11". I don't go around saying I am 67 inches. Why change how we measure people just because they are babies? Same with age. People ask me how old my niece and nephew are so I tell them "one is a little more than three years and the other is one and a half." People want me to say how many months they are. I don't have time to figure out how many months old they are..hmmm I guess 17 months? I don't say I am 354 months. Although I should.
Speaking of babies, that new 50 Cent song... "have a baby by me, be a millionaire" What a dumbass that guy is.


  1. i totally agree. great post. best one yet!

  2. and not to mention they are already judging how much the baby weighs.. it's no wonder people have such weight issues - it starts at birth!

  3. 1'-7 1/2"
    1/178 year(s)?) old
    almost 8 lbs i'll say 10 just to round up.