How Having a Baby is Like a Frat Party

empty bottles all up in this place

A few weeks ago, my friend Summer posted a link to this hilarious Suburban Snapshots post comparing having toddlers to frat parties. After reading through it and having a good laugh, I was inspired to create a list of similarities between having a baby in the house and a rambunctious college shindig.

Below you’ll find 12 ways having a baby at home is like being at a frat party.

 

 

 

 

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  • One 1 of 12
    One
    The dress code is pants optional.
  • Two 2 of 12
    Two
    Someone is screaming at 3 a.m. looking for a drink.
  • Three 3 of 12
    Three
    It's best to assume that the person closest to you has no control over their digestive function.
  • Four 4 of 12
    Four
    You wake up wondering exactly how and when the person in bed with you got there.
  • Five 5 of 12
    Five
    Some guy is going to throw up on you and then pass out with his face in your cleavage and a drunken smile on his face.
  • Six 6 of 12
    Six
    When there's a wet spot on the bed you just throw a towel over it.
  • Seven 7 of 12
    Seven
    There's always one guy who will end up spending the night behind bars.
  • Eight 8 of 12
    Eight
    Someone is bound to get mad when you take the keys away.
  • Nine 9 of 12
    Nine
    By the end of the night the house is littered with empty bottles.
  • Ten 10 of 12
    Ten
    There's always someone who can only stay on his feet by steadying himself on a piece of furniture.
  • Eleven 11 of 12
    Eleven
    When that guy goes in for a kiss, it's going to be open mouthed and slobbery.
  • Twelve 12 of 12
    Twelve
    Someone will pass out on the couch, but insist they are ready to party as soon as you try to get them to bed.

Can you think of any more?

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