I have a pretty good relationship with God. I pray, I try to live out my life in a way that doesn't get me sent to hell, so I feel like I can tell Him that there are some flaws in his plan.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Hard bone pushing through tender pink gums is not a good idea once let alone 32 times (I think that's how many teeth we have but I'm not even trying to google it to make sure). Teething should tickle and make baby giggle. Isabella cut her first tooth a few days ago and her second one is about to push through and she's in a lot of pain. I remember how much pain I was in when I got my wisdom teeth and they gave me codine for that, but babies only get orajel, hylands, and tylenol. Poor kids.
Babies should be born knowing how to sleep and loving to sleep. You should not have to train them. Maybe God could offer a sleep training class in heaven for all the babies waiting to be born.
Poop should smell like roses and always stay in the diaper.
Kids should never get sick. No child should ever have to sit through chemo or have surgery or die. Subsequently, no parent should ever have to say good bye to a child. It's unthinkable.
Giving birth should be a painless experience, why are we still paying for Eve? Additionally, bodies should bounce right back to pre-pregnancy shape 3 days after giving birth with no exercise and no dieting as a reward for carrying a baby for 9 months.
Just a few suggestions that the Big Man might want to entertain.
Posted by Melissa G. at 12:24 PM