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Tue, Jun. 21st, 2005, 06:11 pm
little_bel: Introduction

*waves hello*
My real name Abby. I just 8 weeks old. Working hard on being good UoB member though. I cry when daddy hold me. I do this becuase it make mommy anxious. She say she need "her" time. I say no. She need Abby time.

Ok, I go now, time to cry at daddy again.

Wed, Jun. 22nd, 2005 06:27 am (UTC)

'Lo Abby. Eight weeks is very tiny. I used to be eight weeks, now I so old everyone count in months instead of weeks, but apparently I over 65 weeks old, which is more than eight times more older than you. So I am older and wiser and you must listen to me. No one else listen to me.

Well done, you achieve early milestone in 'parental favouritism', which is new interest for UoB. Later, you will discover is even more fun if you change which is your favourite parent. Like yesterday, I refuse to let daddy do anything, he have to hold me all the time. Is frustrating for daddy, cos he no want to, AND frustrating for mummy cos she have to do everything like make my tea! Result, eh?

Mummies are silly to want mummy-time. They get plenty of that when we grown up and gone to take over entire world. Now they should just snuggle us when we want snuggling, and otherwise pander to our every whim.

PS This no official from UoB, but from me - I think you should let your daddy hold you, he look very snuggly and nice to be held by. Is just my opinion.

Wed, Jun. 22nd, 2005 07:32 am (UTC)

Welcome to UoB Abby. You are little. I big boy - but think I can still be a UoB member.

You do good when you cry. I do that sometimes too. Sometimes daddy think I not love him, which is not true.

What's mummy time? I am reason for mummy to get up and do anything. Should always be me time!

Thu, Jun. 23rd, 2005 07:45 am (UTC)

Of course you can still be a member of the UoB, Harry. Being a baby is not an age, it's a state of mind. Just so long as you're safe in the knowledge that the world revolves around you, and owes you a living, that everything is there for you to eat or play with, and that everyone must do your bidding, you can remain a member. Many professional footballers and pop stars remain members well into their thirties, and beyond.