When they’re born, baby giraffes fall out of mum (6ft drop onto their heads, mind you) hop up on their fresh widdle pins and toddle off like it was no big thing. Within an hour of taking their first gulp of air, they’re taking care of business. Most of the animal kingdom is like this: the babies pop out and off they go, conquering life like pros.
Not human babies of course. Somewhere along the evolutionary process, our babies just gave up on the whole “will to survive” thing. Like, “nah, mum’ll sort that out for me”