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Our own size surprises us. How huge our hands are, with our baby’s tiny hands lying inside them. And the enormous length of our arms: just one arm is enough to encircle the baby, lift him up and carry him around. And how tall we are (the baby, having pulled himself up by our trouser leg, barely reaches our knee)! Our size is unsettling, because it is known to us from a different point of view (way back then, when we were that little ourselves). We are not quite at ease in this largeness, because we haven’t thought about it for the longest time, and now it strikes us being of the greatest importance. And conceivably we find it unsettling that to our baby our size doesn’t make the slightest difference.