What's that? There are no babies in Breakfast at Tiffany's, you say? There is at least one, actually, if you count metaphorical ones. Check out this description of one of Holly Golightly's suitors, Rutherfurd "Rusty" Trawler:
He was a middle-aged child that had never shed its baby fat, though some gifted tailor had almost succeeded in camouflaging his plump and spankable bottom. There wasn't a suspicion of bone in his body; his face, a zero filled in with pretty miniature features, had an unused, a virginal quality: it was as if he'd been born, then expanded, his skin remaining unlined as a blown-up balloon, and his mouth, though ready for squalls and tantrums, a spoiled sweet puckering.