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  1. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    28 Nov '15 02:20
    Advice You Would Give New Parents

    1. Always kiss your children goodnight.

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  2. Subscribercoquette
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    28 Nov '15 02:22
    bring it on, please!
  3. SubscriberFMF
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    28 Nov '15 03:04
    Rebuke people who touch your baby's face with their dirty fingers in a way that makes them never do it again.
  4. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    28 Nov '15 03:08
    Make a blue movie with your partner so that you can remember what sex is like.
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    28 Nov '15 03:14
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Make a blue movie with your partner so that you can remember what sex is like.
    BLU E
  6. Standard memberSeitse
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    28 Nov '15 07:36
    Public Service Announcement, courtesy of the American Psychiatric Association

    Be careful sharing your personal details on RHP with a certain
    someone. Users portraying themselves as a harmless 'lad', white hair
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    for passive aggressive rants, nauseating copy pasting, and tasteless
    disclosures to attract attention to themselves. Be afraid of whomever
    invokes the TOS or the supreme ruler role of Russ.
  7. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    28 Nov '15 08:21
    6. Read a few sentences at a time to your newborn. Doing so will acquaint them with the sound and rhythm of language and enjoyment of books..
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    28 Nov '15 09:01
    Don't indoctrinate them with your own baggage of bias, bigotry and fear.
  9. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    28 Nov '15 09:11
    8. Schedule time for your own individual leisure activities by sharing the 24/7 duties of caring for your newborn.
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    28 Nov '15 09:13
    Don't put table salt on your baby's food.
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    Don't spoil the fun by worrying too much.
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    28 Nov '15 09:47
    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    But not in front of the baby, right? Surely not. It might get revealed under hypnosis 50 years later.
  13. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    28 Nov '15 09:55
    12. If your musically inclined, sing soft lullabies to your newborn at bedtime.
  14. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    28 Nov '15 11:04
    Never talk to your child. SHOUT.
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    Have a sense of humor. Especially during those teenage years.

    When one of my daughters is having a bad day, I will hold her face in my hands, look into her eyes and say, 'You is kind. You is smart. You is important.' " (such a sweet, tender scene from the movie, "The Help" )

    This usually causes them to roll their eyes and laugh out loud...which helps to lighten things up 🙂
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