Babies and toddlers live by a maddening code that is near-impossible to understand. Until now. This is the Baby Union Manifesto.
“Before you do anything with your child, stop and ask yourself, ‘Did I read the online advice first?’”
As Stephanie was delivering her placenta, a nurse looked at her with a wide smile and asked, “So, when are you guys thinking about baby #2?”
How about a “congrats on your new baby, now everyone babysit so mom can nap” party instead?
A baby may be hungry or need soothing, but someone’s husband (probably Karen’s) may see a nip for a split second. Don’t be a homewrecker.
Shopping with a baby is difficult enough – anything to help make this an easier and less stressful experience is welcome.
Dear Pre-Baby Me: When you and your spouse bring your newborn home from the hospital, you’ll be prepared for your world to change. What you won’t be expecting, though, is how your marriage will change after you have a baby. After several years with your spouse, you’ll feel as though you have […]
Technically, I own a Pit Bull mix and an American Bully, but people see their square heads and colors and “OMG you own vicious dogs” is what I get. They don’t take a second to ask me about them, nor do they watch my dogs’ body language to see if […]