You Can't Miss This Dad's Hilarious Interview With His 4-Month-Old Daughter
A dad grills his little girl on things like why she puts everything in her mouth, and insists on pooping at the same time as her older sister.
Dad of two La Guardia Cross has scored some of the biggest interviews of our time. You may remember his hard-hitting sit-down with his then 1-year-old oldest daughter. And now, the father is back with his "Interview With A 4-Month-Old." This time, it's Cross's second child who is the subject of the discussion, and let's just say, well, she didn't get off easy.
In Cross's newest video, the adorable Nayely must answer questions like, "Why do babies around your age put everything in their mouths?"
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Nayely isn't about to expose her fellow infants, and denies the allegation that she does anything of the sort, in baby babble. And then she puts her fist in her mouth.
But this baby is too slick to get trapped by her dad's line of questioning. Until she gets caught munching on the side of the couch.
Other questions Cross has for his daughter include, "Are you afraid of cold wet wipes?" This hilarious dad also grills Nayely about whether she knows how tough it is to have 15 pounds of baby lie on your arm or leg for hours straight.
The cutest part of the video is when this little cutie pie giggles at her father's "pain" over his lack of sleep since her arrival. That face! Those cheeks! Stop!
Then Cross "interrogates" his daughter about whether she's in cahoots with her older sister. Why don't they sleep at the same time? Why do they always poop at the same time?
"You're plotting against us, aren't you?" the paranoid dad wants to know.
Cross clearly needs more sleep, because he gets a little delusional at the end. And he told us that's the biggest issue right now for him: "I love sleep. I miss sleep!" We feel you, La Guardia! Been there. And we so appreciate your sense of humor about the baby-related mysteries all of us face as parents.
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