So, kinda hit the jackpot today, regression-wise. I was walking through the living room, trying to be stealthy about the fact that I was A) wearing a diaper and B) on my way to the kitchen to get more juice for my bottle when my mom stops me. I turn around, scared she's going to ask what's that crinkling noise or something like that, but no.
She hands me a tape I haven't seen since I was an actual kid. Back in the 80s, Huggies used to make these personalized lullaby tapes. So instead of singing, "Rock-a-bye, baby, on the tree top" or whatever, they'd substitute in your kid's name so that it was "personalized". So for instance mine would be "Rock-a-bye, Katie, on the tree top." The entire tape is full of lullabyes customized like that. I had thought it was lost to childhood nostalgia, but apparently my mom found it in a box, so now I have it back.
It's kind of incredible...if you listen to it with your eyes closed, you can imagine you have a Mommy singing you to sleep.
Did anyone else have a tape like this when they were a kid? Do you think you'd enjoy it? Seems like the kind of thing people pay big $$ to phone-a-Mommys for, so I'm glad I have the real thing. :-D