Brady has been an awfully busy boy on Days of Our Lives of late that you’d think he didn’t have a toddler wandering around somewhere who likely feels like an orphan by now.
First, the little boy was abandoned by his mommy after she spent all summer losing her mind and searching for him after Kate (Lauren Koslow) oddly kidnapped him.
You’d think with Mommy leaving to go live with (and catch) a Mexican drug lord while secretly on ISA assignment that Daddy would use this time to overcompensate as a parent and bond with Young Tate.
But nope, Daddy Brady (Eric Martsolf) has other things on his mind. And they involve Nicole’s baby and not his own.
Sure, Victor asked about Tate today, but that child has been persona non grata for months, and we wonder if he’s just an apparition at Casa Kiriakis.
Perhaps Brady is just so determined to give Tate a sister that he has to do so in this unnatural way of becoming bodyguard for Nicole (Arianne Zucker) and Holly, the baby created via Nicole and Saint Daniel of the Tanning Bed, but stolen as just an embryo by Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin).
Since Tate was ripped from his mother’s womb as an embryo and carried by Krazy Kristen (Eileen Davidson), Holly would make the perfect Baby Sis for the boy.
Wait! Perhaps Kristen has Tate and is calling him Christopher again. Sure, she fell out that window, but she’s a DiMera (if only by adoption)–she CAN’T really be dead.
We all know that. If Kristen doesn’t have Tate, maybe Chole The Baby Collector has him stashed with Parker at Craig and Nancy’s in NY. What’s one more kid? Parker can always use a friend since Mommy and Holly aren’t exactly available at the moment.
Maybe Shane (Charles Shaughnessy) gave Brady a valid forwarding Mexican address for Theresa (Jen Lilley) and Brady figured since there’s no wall yet, just drop him off South of the Border and he can have a grand ol’ fiesta.
After all, Brady has to deal with Nicole. Who needs a toddler around ruining it all when you can chase an infant instead?
But, alas, in a logical soap world Tate will walk (not toddle) down the Kiriakis mansion stairs and start tossing around a football ready to be the next SORAS’d kid off to Salem High. Since the current teen scene didn’t exactly do what DAYS wanted, why not age a two-year-old and start all over again?
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