Oh wait, it's just my baby.
What is it about babies that makes people think it's acceptable to stare? Last night we went out to Olive Garden for dinner. We haven't been since the night I went into labor with Norah, so I was excited. Norah was extra cranky from not napping well, so I popped her into the hotsling and fed her while we were sitting. At a table diagonally to our left there were three older ladies, one of which stared at me and Norah the entire time we sat there. It was almost a relief that Norah was so unhappy that I got up to take her outside for a little stroll before our food came. I'm sure they were just seeing how sweet and adorable she can be, but seriously, don't stare.
All the waitresses that walked by had to stop and see her and say how cute and tiny she is. How they can say that is beyond me. She's nearly 3 months old and fits solidly into 3-6 month clothes. Hannah swam in hers at the same age.
I guess I don't know, but I do know it's annoying. I try not to stare, and I tell Hannah not to. Hopefully it will sink in for her sooner rather than later.