Smell you Later


Have you ever smelled babies?  I don’t mean their potty smell. Oh God! It’s awful. When TJ (my daughter’s son) was a baby, the girls M1, M2, and M3 would rush out of the room as soon as they would realize that TJ had done something. They would leave me to deal with the diaper changing when their mother was not at home. 

I asked them (my late husband, and I were on a visit) that when I wasn’t there what did they do? The youngest’s answer was, ” ignoring the needful till their mother was back”.

Babies have a smell of talcum powder, and their mothers’ milk on them. It’s always enticing. You would like a cuddle, or two with holding them, and kissing their cherubic faces. 

Once babies start solid food besides having their mother’s milk, their dodoos (the aftermath in the diaper) smell badly. When they are only having their mothers’ milk the dodoos only have a sour kind of smell to them–there isn’t any stinking odor.

And I got to meet TJ when he was onto solid foods, so you can imagine the horror of it.

I like holding babies, but please don’t ask me to change their diapers. I now gag at the thought of it.

Smell You Later

Humans have very strong scent memory. Tell us about a smell that transports you.

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