By Rob Siebert
Let this post serve as the official announcement that this July I’m becoming a father to a baby girl. Parenthood has already brought virtually every emotion on the spectrum straight to my doorstep, and the baby isn’t even here yet. This is going to be a wild ride, folks.
I’m not sure how fatherhood will, if at all, effect what I put in this space. I don’t necessarily want PI to become a “dad blog” in the traditional sense. However, having now been introduced the the adorable and often weird world of baby clothes, I simply couldn’t resist sharing something I spotted at Target last month…
Okay, so it’s obviously a Batman onesie. And hey, who can’t see the appeal in that? I’ll say this: I’d rather my daughter wear this than one of those pink Barbie lookin’ Batman outfits. Don’t let them tell you you’ve got to wear pink because you’re a girl, kiddo! You be your own hero!
But what really caught my eye about this thing, and what’s kept it in my mind all this time, is the rattle. It’s obviously supposed to look like Robin, but…what a weird representation of a character that’s supposed to be Batman’s kid sidekick!
“Kiddo! That’s not what sidekicks are for! I can hear his brains rattling around in there!”
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