Man Puts His Wife’s Picture on His Face to Feed His Baby So That He Wouldn’t Cry
Babies are known to cry most of the time, especially when their mother is not around. Also they usually feel more comfortable when they are being fed by the person who they are most familiar with, and that is their mother. They can also be comfortable with other common faces at home, but not as comfortable as they would be with their mothers.
This picture shows a man feeding his baby in a way which is deceiving to the baby. He makes a hole on his singlet and puts the baby’s feeding bottle through the hole in the singlet to feed the baby. However, one other funny thing is that he placed a picture of his wife’s face over his face to make the baby feel that he is being fed by his mother.
You might feel that the baby is being deceived, but that is the best possible way the man felt he can feed his baby without him crying.
What is your view on this, Do you think it worked?
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