Murphy’s Law For Babies: Because Despite Your Best Effort, You Won’t Be Prepared

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5. And when she does fall asleep, it will be on top of you while the remote and your phone are halfway across the room.

All parents are familiar with the Mission-Impossible-type-struggle that is escaping a sleeping baby. Most days when my daughter is done giving me an MMA fight to naptime, she usually falls asleep on my chest. Which is fine, except for the fact that despite my phone never being more than a foot away from me at all times, every time baby is napping the phone and remote seem to go on a lover’s stroll across the goddamn living room. But it’s cool, the Dish Network instructional channel that tells you how to operate On Demand is totally must-see-TV.

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One thought on “Murphy’s Law For Babies: Because Despite Your Best Effort, You Won’t Be Prepared

  1. T says:

    I love this! My boys definitely were busier than my daughter was. It was like they were programmed to touch and do all things dangerous.

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