Julie and I have never advocated the eating of babies, no matter how hard Chris Evans sells the idea in "Snowpiercer." But we did record a video about dimorphous expressions: negative reactions that emerge from an overwhelming positive emotion. Examples of this, according to Psychologist Oriana Aragon, include feeling so happy that you burst into tears and feeling the urge to bite/pinch a baby/cat/puppy because it's overpoweringly cute.
I think it's a very straight-forward idea. I've seen grandparents do this and I've felt the weird urge myself. As brought to our attention by user RammyTV, there's even a word for this in the Tagalog language of the Philippians: "gigil," the urge to pinch or squeeze something that is unbearably cute.
But man, we sure have received a lot of comments from people who insist such a notion is alien and horrifying -- even going so far as to suggest we're monsters for even bringing it up. I also discuss the issue in my post "Art Spotlight: Saturn Devouring His Son," relating the following:
It's not at all a situation of cannibalism, though you do see examples of filial cannibalism throughout the animal kingdom. As we discuss in our podcast episode "Fine Young Animal Cannibals," this is simply a matter of amoral economics.
Here's the video, if you'd like to watch it for yourself: