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April 18, 2012


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I'm so glad I am no longer a new parent. We are SO ridiculous when we are trying to figure it all out. When I look back, I wonder how anyone ever tolerated being around us!

I love how YOU (in particular, you, you are magic) can give advice and lend a hand without it being condescending or annoying. I am pretty sure I suck at it so I appreciate your tips. I think I need to carry this post inside my purse.

I am just all about assvice I guess.

Funny, I remember telling Hubs' aunt, who desperately wanted to hold The Boy when he was a bitty spitty baby, "You'll want a burp rag. I have big ones. He just ate and he spits up a lot."

"Oh, it's fine, hand him over."

"No, really, you want a burp rag."

"How much could he spit up? I'll be fine."

Hubs & I exchanged looks and said, "Ok. But he's going to spit up on you."

10 seconds......blargh. All over her. Lots and lots. She's acting all grossed out.

"We warned you."

And she was an old parent.

I recently explained the concept of "assvice" to my own kids. Perhaps by the time they're mothers, they will be prepared to combat it (and not offer it themselves).

Favorite helpful tip from my MIL:

"Maybe he won't eat those green beans because they are over-cooked."

Listen lady, those are the ones YOUR son asks for. Suck it.

Glad you got out of there alive and without an incident at security.

Ha! I get that people have an urge to provide NEW parents with unwanted advice, but seriously, when you have FOUR KIDS, that has got to stop.

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