Monday, April 28, 2014

Newborn Etiquette - Episode 10

Hosts Mary and Blake discuss newborn etiquette with special guests: Erik and Jay. Inspired by an article written by Lunchbox Dad on what NOT to say to newborn parents, learn why parenting is basically Fight Club, why Mary gets a standing ovation mid recording, why you should watch the, "How Not To Kill Your Best Friend's Kid" video, and why Mary's new bath tub plug is...a mouse?

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Parent Picks:

Blake - Zipper Pajamas

Erik - Educate yourself as much as you can about newborns if you don't have kids
Jay - The Pelican Bib
Mary - Go visit Lunchbox Dad's website.  He's kinda awesome.

The Questions:

1. "Are you getting much sleep?"

2. "Let me know if I can do anything for you."

3. "How is your wife doing?"

4. "Is the baby sleeping through the night yet?"

5. "I just got a puppy, so now I know what having a baby is like."

6. Usually said by a stranger in a store when the baby is screaming and you are just trying to make it through your list and keep your sanity: "You know your baby is probably tired/hungry/has a dirty diaper/etc." 

7. "When are you going to bring the baby over?"

8. "When are you having the next one?"

9. "Is having a baby worth all you give up for it?" 


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