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

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7. In a padded room of cotton balls, sheep’s wool, fairy dust, and the grace of God they will find the fork and the electrical socket.

I promise you your baby doesn’t have a death wish, but I guess they learn from an early age that it’s no fun unless a little danger is involved. There’s a reason you’ll be repeatedly advised not to leave your baby unattended in the car seat or not to sleep with your newborn. It’s because baby will almost always decide to play cliff hanger off the kitchen table no sooner than you can look for car keys or almost smother themselves in your hair while napping. When it comes to things that could potentially harm baby, don’t take your chances. The odds are not in your favor.

Want to know what else will most definitely go wrong when parenting a newborn?  Check out Scary Mommy and MommyShorts  for more Murphy’s laws of parenting.

 

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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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