- pretending to eat your son?
why do I get the urge to pretend to eat my 1 year old and tickle him making him giggle? it’s weird but I can’t help it, same with the older one when he was small….
anyone else or just me?Posted 1 year ago
Not just you. I stull do it with my 6 year old boy and 3 year old daughter. My 19 year old daughter doesn’t find it so funny any more.Posted 1 year ago
Me too; odder still is that the sound I make while pretending to eat my kids is your surname!Posted 1 year ago
Yep, it’s bloody odd isn’t it.
My wife often says “Oh I could eat you all up!” and no one recoils in horror!Posted 1 year ago
My 19 year old daughter doesn’t find it so funny any more.
😀 😀 😀Posted 1 year ago
is it some sort of paternal instinct to prepare them if they do get caught and munched by a predator not to be terrified? or is it helping to teach them to defend themselves. 1 year old I can still overpower. 3 year old I have to be careful. he has sharp elbows!Posted 1 year ago
OP: you are Cronus, and I claim my 5 elementsPosted 1 year ago
dunno but i found this when i had the same thought
Me too! Four year old son and eight month old daughter both get pretend eaten on a regular basis.Posted 1 year ago
We want their life force, like from the movie Cocoon, we’re old, they’re young, eat them, consume their life force. It’s why old ladies always want to touch your baby.Posted 1 year ago
The brilliant thing is the fine line between terror in their eyes, and really enjoying it!!
As if they WANT to be scared, but hate being scared!!
Most evenings I get a sore throat from roaring like a tiger!
DrPPosted 1 year ago
Yep, it’s quite tiring chasing an 18month old round in circles grabbing and tickling him while roaring before eating him! It’s bit like I’m training him to be completely mental.Posted 1 year ago
OP is weird and needs sectioning or adding to a register of some sort.
I’ll call the cops if you hold him down and tickle his feet, see if he likes it.
🤣🥊🍣Posted 1 year ago
My Son is 10 months old and giggles/squeals from any tickling or faux munching. He’s also a Perk a boo demon if let near a small blanketPosted 1 year ago
it’s fine as long you know where to draw the line – I went over it with my boy by turning the oven on, giving him an apple and asking him to lie in the roasting tin….Posted 1 year ago
Boring dad hat on: I’ve done this with FO Jr mk2 since day 1 and now he’s at nursery he bites two other kids a day on average. I often wonder if it’s my fault…
He did – and still does – think it was the funniest thing ever though, so to hell with the consequences.Posted 1 year ago
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