Real talk: I’m not so much a fan of babies. I know, it’s like my biological imperative or whatever, but I like dogs better. Anyways, this Husky puppy somehow makes this crying baby actually STOP CRYING with its adorable yawping. It’s like the dog is saying, “HEY BABY, do you even HEAR yourself? This is what you sound like, only less cute.” [YouTube]
Meet Arthur. Arthur’s mom, Emily Cleaver, is a photographer and she likes using him to reenact classic scenes from movies. Here he is, rocking a solitary tear, in “The Blair Witch Project.” Consider this reason #3872 that I want a baby: using said baby as an adorable prop in my creative endeavors. Click onward to see Arthur in classic scenes from “The Godfather,” “Alien,” and “Rambo: First Blood,” amongst others. And check out his mom’s blog — with tons more photos of Arthur working the camera — here. [Flavorwire]
I probably won’t win too many fans with this statement, but it’s been on my mind for the past few years. I don’t think second-, third-, fourth-time etc. moms should have a baby shower for every pregnancy. The baby shower should be reserved for new moms only!
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If only babies came with an exchange policy, then we’d never have to hear about another mother trying to sell her newborn for $15,000. Bridget Wismer is the latest baby seller to get caught. She allegedly planned to take a trip to Disney World with the bank she made from her baby. Her asking price seems a little low, doesn’t it? Disney World is not that fun.
Click through to see some more mothers who tried to sell their babies. I’m sad that there are enough of theses stories for a full slideshow … but, alas, there are. [USA Today]
Aww! Remember when you were little and anything your daddy did was automatically hilariously funny? That moment is captured on tape here with one guy fake sneezing for this delightfully giggly baby. Wait until this kid discovers farts! [YouTube via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Things a 12-year-old boy should not have to see up-close: his mother’s vagina, specifically his mother’s vagina while giving birth. Gaelen Edwards saw stuff that most boys his age have never seen. When his mother Danielle started crowning, he had no choice but to delivered his baby brother, Caynan, at home. “I said, ‘Gaelan, when I push next, I need you to grab the baby by the shoulders and I need you to pull him out.’ And he — just like by instinct, I couldn’t even believe it — grabbed the baby by the shoulders, with the head on his wrist, and eased him out, kind of wriggled him from side to side, and pulled him onto the bed,” said Danielle. Good thing Gaelen had been reading all those medical books and watching hospital dramas in his spare time. Keep reading »