I'm convinced that Seebie's on steroids. My little 20-month-old nephew eats more than you, and can probably beat you in an arm-wrestling contest.
Okay, maybe I exaggerated a little bit there, but he's still an impressive little guy.
At about 10 months old, he ate the same portion of lasagna that the rest of us were eating for dinner. Then, he screamed for more. Screamed his little guts out. Screamed so long and loud he nearly passed out.
I'm not kidding.
We got scared.
The only thing that stopped him from screaming more was cramming more food in his mouth.
I actually think he ended up eating more than I did that night. And I eat a lot. A Big Mac is a snack for me, just to tide me over until dinner, which would consist of two Big Macs and a large fries. And for dessert? Nothing. Ha.
I bet you were expecting me to say 'Big Mac' weren't you?
Anyway, what I'm trying to say is, Seebie eats a lot of food. And he likes to flex his muscles. He's freakin' adorable.
After the ear-piercing screams became too much to handle, my sister taught him sign-language. It seems to be a popular trend among babies these days, as they do not have the verbal skills to express themselves.
Seebie could express himself, but everybody around him was suffering hearing loss, so sign-language was the right way to go.
Now, how do I sign "Rip your shirt off Hulk-Hogan style?"