By Babyhazy - 05/06/2016 21:52 - Australia - South Yarra

Today, I'm so tired from constantly soothing my crying 2-month-old baby that I've started trying to soothe inanimate objects with baby talk when they make a noise. My fridge stated beeping and I began an involuntary chorus of, 'It's OK darling, shhhhhh, it's alright.' FML
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"Hush little fridgey don't you cry, food loves you and so do I."

Well at least we know you are one of the most caring parents in the world.

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Allornone 35

The fridge needs love too.

Well at least we know you are one of the most caring parents in the world.

MikaykayUnicorn 36

Yes, and hopefully OP has a partner to help take care of the baby because it sounds to me like OP needs a nap.

Did you offer the fridge a pacifier?

"Hush little fridgey don't you cry, food loves you and so do I."

Rockabye fridgey on the kitchen floor... I get so happy when I open your door...

Who else sang this in Eminem's voice

I did, #11. stiffen that upper lip up.

if you don't love the fridge who will?

As long as you don't abandon your precious appliances. The Brave Little Toaster ruined my childhood. Best of luck with your offspring though.

at about the 4 month time frame, you go for long drives to sooth the kid, no particular place, just drive. at 6 months you end up at the hospital wondering if something is physically or mentally wrong.

With you, or the kid?

Le_ponderer 14

It's a totally acceptable mummy-brain syndrome. My aunt started to order a meal in that baby-talk voice, before she realised it and corrected herself.

My mom did she often rocked random things without noticing. Like, she was once on line at the store holding a box of diapers rocking it until someone sled what she was doing.

My first had me that way too. I guess I was crazy to have two more, but I got lucky and they weren't nearly as needy.

You have 3 fridges?

been there. trust me it gets better

When? I'm at the 6 month mark and now I can't put her down. She screams like a banshee every time I do.