Dear Soon-to-Be Big Brother or Sister,
I heard the shocking and terrible news that your parents are replacing you with another baby. Grown-ups call this "having a sibling," but don't be fooled by that fancy language. They ordered a newer model of baby. A Baby 2.0. And where does that leave you? Out of a crib, my friend.
Remember that you're still the king of your house (Although, are you really a king? Please review the following photo and ask yourself who is wearing the crown. Hint: It's me).
Let's assume that you really are royalty in your own house. Your future little brother or sister won't care about that because babies have no respect for power at all. They don't even watch Game of Thrones.
And babies are needy, my friend. Needy! Even newer model babies, who you would think could be programmed to care for themselves at this point. Darwin should have talked to Steve Jobs, all I'm sayin'.
Me, I've already told my parents that under no circumstances will I be open to having another baby living in our house. They always respect my wishes, which is why I am allowed to eat a sweet syrup from an eyedropper every morning (*Vitamin D*). It's like breakfast in bed.
Listen toddlers, I can help you. It's not too late. The baby isn't here yet so your parents can still change their minds about allowing this intruder into your family. It's your job to remind them just how very off-putting babies can be. That's your job, the way it's your parents job to make you feel happy and to always cater to your every whim even if your mom is very nauseous from the intruder.
Here are my tips:
- Pretend your legs are pieces of yarn. Yarn cannot stand up and neither can you.
- Hide an alarm clock in your crib and set it to go off every 30 minutes. This alarm will remind you to wake up your parents by whatever means necessary. Sure you won't get a good night's sleep either, but you have to dig deep. Crying is fine, but banging your fists on the side of the crib is an unorthodox but effective method to distress your mom and dad. Don't hurt yourself in this process, your parents are already hurting you by upgrading to Baby 2.0.
Good luck toddlers.
Your brother in diapers