It’s a common enough tradition: A childcare facility gives parents a questionnaire about their baby, those parents fill it out in the voice of their child. (This reporter’s mother dutifully impersonated him for months during his infancy, a fact he only recently learned of while cleaning out an attic.) Now, one father of an 11-month-old girl has taken the practice and perfected it, with amusing results.
Redditor JesadBellic was friends with this particular father, who was given a standard informational form to fill out about his kid. But instead of racing through it in five minutes, the anonymous dad decided to take his sense of humor for a spin, lovingly mocking his baby’s foibles. The result is an amusing depiction of the cute frustrations that come along with caring for and living alongside a one-year-old. (As with a lot of Internet ephemera we’ll have to take his word it’s true, but unlike the Elon Gale hoax it’s unclear why anyone would make this up.)
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My strengths are
• Playing One Parent off Against the Other
• Rapid Digestion
My interests are
• Food as Art/Clothing
• Long Yells at the Beach
• Exploring Parent’s [sic] Noses with Fingers
My goals are
• Unplug all power cords
• Overcome my fear of water on my head
• Open every drawer, everywhere
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