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The Time My Baby Looked Huge

BabyzillaWhile my baby may have just turned a year old, it is still rather disconcerting to see a picture such as that one.

Right there.

I mean, my baby looks huge right?

She’s nearly 3/4 the size of my 10 year old neice..


These babies I tell you. They wait for nothing.

Definitely not a melancholy ole’ momma who gets all in a kerfuffle over seeing their big baby, looking so, well – enormous. Not wide. (Although she is rockin’ the rolls). Just…BIG.

What’s up with that?

How is it that I can be this tough cookie?

Street-smart and titled a bit of a bad-ass, yet get all sentimental over my baby’s growing thunder thighs and babyzilla status?

Who knows. Not I. I’m sill figuring it out.

This mothering things really messes with one’s mojo, I tell you. In the very best way. Good heavens my baby is huge.

Do you suffer from the ‘Babyzilla Affliction?’ Does it make your heart ache and turn an otherwise tough, mature woman (that’s you too, right?) into a blubbering pool of sentimental mommy-ness? Is there a support group for this?


Selena is a crafty, culinary mom. Creative Director. Social Media & Branding Consultant. Regular writer on Disney Baby. Part-time big-mouth & frequent foot-eater. Proud of her Anishinaabe roots.

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