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20 Hilarious Safe Baby Handling Tips

By MadelinePetersen |

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A few months ago when I was compiling breastfeeding cartoons, I found this really funny DO/DON’T nursing diagram. It still makes me laugh. I was so excited when I stumbled on an entire collection of similar silly baby care diagrams.

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20 hilarious safe baby handling tips:

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Funny Baby Care Diagrams

Testing Baby's Bottle

I am not even tempted to do this. Have you smelled formula? Yuck.
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MadelinePetersen

Madeline blogs and tweets about budget-friendly clothes, modest apparel, sales, her obsession with pop culture, and her pudgy little baby, Tate, on her personal blog, Uber Chic for Cheap. A former Babble contributor, she currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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6 thoughts on “20 Hilarious Safe Baby Handling Tips

  1. Talia says:

    I got this book as a gift at my baby shower! It was hilarious, and it got passed around the room so all could enjoy.

  2. SW says:

    I absolutely think we should be able to put our children in a kennel for a quick trip to the grocery store ;)

  3. Mary says:

    The kennel might be considered for older children.

  4. Kerri says:

    What’s scary is there are people out there who don’t get it.

  5. Roslynn says:

    Seriously, when my son was THREE days old, my father-in-law was trying to toss him in the air. Hellloooo? Common sense?!

  6. Karina says:

    Formula does smell yucky! I remember when my son was a newborn, I had a difficult time beginning to nurse him, so we were told to supplement with formula at first. He didn’t really like the formula. He much preferred drinking a bottle of expressed breast milk, and he quickly began nursing after that. He would prefer to nurse or get an expressed breast milk bottle than a formula bottle. Over time, we were able to reduce how often he needed formula until he was weaned off it, and he thrived on breast milk alone.

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