Emer McLysaght: Missing all that baby talk
With the never-ending lockdown comes the realisation that you would love to be left holding the baby, even if it was just for a minute
I would love a go of a baby. A good ten minutes of holding and squeezing and head smelling and face-pulling and nonsense talk.
“What are you saying?” I would gurn into the baby’s face. “What! Are! You! Saying!?”
The baby, of course, would be saying nothing at all because ideally it will be around five or six months old. That age where they’re good and sturdy and their...
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