Posts Tagged "Crying Baby"

Take These Babies…Please!

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Take These Babies…Please!

If you have never threatened to throw your baby out of a window, put them in the dryer or leave them on a strangers door step, than congratulations, you’re a better parent than I am. Look, I know the only way babies have of communicating themselves is through crying, but after a while “something has got to give”. After you have changed them, fed them, burped them and rocked them while humming every song in the book, you would think that the natural progression would be for the baby to fall asleep, right? No. Babies defy logic. Believe me, when you have done all that you...

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Delivery Fight Club

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Delivery Fight Club

Now as I prepare for the birth of the twins, I find myself thinking back to the delivery of my first child, S Dot. Before delivering my son, I asked every mother I knew, “How does child birth feel?”… and the clearest answer I received was, “imagine your worst menstrual cramps and multiply times 100”. Let’s just say that did not nearly detail what I felt. But my girlfriend/hair stylist (who has an 11 and 13 year old) told me a woman is not suppose to tell a new mother what delivering a child feels like, as to avoid scaring her. I guess it’s like the first rule of Fight Club. There...

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Baby Swaddle

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Baby Swaddle

I’m not an advocate for stealing, but if there is one thing I’m happy we left with after the delivery of our son Shawn, it was two of those hospital issued Baby Swaddles. You’ve all seen them. I swear those “red and blue striped” cloths must be the universal strait jackets for infants. Granted they were only able to contain the Monster for about three weeks, but until the end they were well worth it. Now, before Shawn Christopher was born, I thought I would never get the hang of swaddling him. We rented, the classic baby DVD The Quietest Baby on the Block (which I will review later). There...

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