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  1. Ticia
    Mar 12 - 9:59 am

    Hmmm…… March 26 might be too late for that baby shower……..

    Most useless advice: “You should have a natural delivery without drugs, I can’t believe you’re planning on having a C-section.” Ummmm, my doctor said it’s medically neccessary and she doesn’t think both babies will survive labor and delivery. So I’ll go with the doctor.

  2. Jennifer Donovan
    Mar 12 - 10:31 am

    From old-school relatives: Never wake a sleeping baby. My daughter was born at 38 weeks, and I think she was determined to sleep through those extra 2 weeks, whether she was in the womb or out! I had a hard enough problem with milk supply, and I actually had to wake her up to get her to try to nurse.

  3. Linda Kish
    Mar 12 - 4:15 pm

    This book looks like a lot of fun. Count me in, please.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  4. Ruth
    Mar 12 - 4:37 pm

    Many thanks. Someone once said to me many years ago, fit your baby into your own life and schedule. Certainly I thought, that will happen. Never did.

  5. Anne
    Mar 12 - 4:39 pm

    Most useless advice I got was which brand of diaper to use – different styles fit different bodies (and bodily movements). It’s a matter of trial and error. Looks like a really fun gift book – would love to win a gift to myself!

  6. Shantel Schrag
    Mar 12 - 5:01 pm

    Love this!! I think the most useless piece of advice was probably about not holding them too much. Who cares if you hold your baby too much doesn’t that mean you love them? They are only babies for so long and I want to enjoy every moment of it!

  7. Van
    Mar 12 - 5:09 pm

    My brother & his wife are having their first little one, would be perfect for them.

  8. Beth
    Mar 12 - 5:53 pm

    LOL! Never leave the house with wet hair!

    bethsbookreviewblog2 AT gmail DOT com

  9. Kim
    Mar 12 - 6:58 pm

    um, how about to put kneepads on their little bruise-able knees.. because ya know, I’m sure that’s what the cave-man mommies did.

  10. Maricris
    Mar 12 - 9:22 pm

    Looks interesting! I think it’s a lot of fun reading it.

  11. Krystina
    Mar 12 - 9:31 pm

    Haha! I love that, sounds right up my alley! I can’t remember any useless piece of baby knowledge, but I was told plenty of times that I can’t move this or lift this or hold something because it’s not good. I’ve been doing the same work for 5 years, just because I’m pregnant doesn’t mean I’m an invalid!

  12. Jeannie Davis
    Mar 12 - 10:28 pm

    Looks like a really cute book!

    The most useless piece of advice I ever received cocerning being a parent was “It will get easier.” YEA RIGHT! LOL

    Jeannie

  13. Jennifer Lavender
    Mar 12 - 11:08 pm

    Before my oldest was born my mom threw me a baby shower and had each of the guests write some advice on a business card size piece of paper for me to put into the baby book. One of them said, “I don’t know much about babies, but I do know you’re not supposed to drop them on their heads, so don’t do that.”

  14. Jessica T
    Mar 12 - 11:29 pm

    I don’t know if I got useless advice . . .I got told A LOT to “cherish the time – it goes by fast” and it was said so often that it felt useless . . .but it is so true, isn’t it?

  15. Meredith
    Mar 13 - 4:37 pm

    Am still dying over the title alone of this book…awesome.

  16. Karla S
    Mar 13 - 7:32 pm

    Breastfeed as long as you can, their poop stinks less with breastmilk! (Still not sure how true that is….)

    Great giveaway!

  17. Martha C
    Mar 13 - 7:53 pm

    I would love to share this with the next generation of my family having babies..being a great aunt is great. I ignored most of the useless information and all my kids survived!

  18. Gianna
    Mar 14 - 6:09 pm

    The advice comment that took the cake for me was, “You need to feed your baby formula because breast milk doesn’t have enough nutrients.” I had no words..

  19. Barb
    Mar 15 - 9:41 am

    My favorite useless advice: Be sure to speak only one language to your child, or he will be confused and not be able to speak either language.

  20. Garrett
    Mar 16 - 8:24 am

    Good book for any new parents.

  21. Tami
    Mar 16 - 12:54 pm

    This book looks hilarious! Sorry I can’t think of any useless advice right now though I know I ignored a lot of it. The BEST advice I got was “sleep when the baby sleeps” although that really only works with the first one!

  22. Chriss
    Mar 16 - 7:59 pm

    The baby would learn to sleep through the normal household sounds. Then the tiptoeing began.

  23. Michelle N
    Mar 16 - 9:08 pm

    Sleep while you can! Great giveaway, thanks!

  24. Jeff
    Mar 17 - 1:10 pm

    Could advice book for parents.

  25. riTa
    Mar 17 - 4:08 pm

    Not directly about parenting, but when I was about to have a second C-section, the doctor tried to allay my fears by suggesting he could do the procedure with his eyes closed!
    I’d love to give this book to my DIL who is expecting her fourth!

  26. Shannon Baas
    Mar 18 - 3:39 pm

    no advice as this would be a gift.

  27. Kelly Marceau
    Mar 18 - 3:56 pm

    Didn’t hear much of useless advice. The advice I was given was all GREAT! Love to give the book to my daughter though!

  28. Linda White
    Mar 18 - 5:56 pm

    Sound fun to me! Advice is nice and can be used or not depending on who gives it to you!

  29. EMMA L HORTON
    Mar 19 - 9:13 am

    JUST RELAX … I NEVER FIGURED OUT HOW TO “JUST RELAX’

  30. kazue
    Mar 19 - 12:04 pm

    useless advice: don’t drop him (like i was thinking of doing that!)

  31. gail
    Mar 19 - 12:05 pm

    Everyone says ‘make time for yourself’ but it’s impossible to do!

  32. lauren knott
    Mar 20 - 4:57 pm

    Sleep when the baby sleeps, how do you do that when you also have a two year old?

  33. Erin Pyle
    Mar 21 - 2:39 am

    the best useless advice given to me was that newborn stage is the hardest… HELLO? Newborn stage was the easiest! It’s when they are up and mobile getting into everything thats harder!

  34. Susan Annon
    Mar 21 - 1:53 pm

    Not advice but a comment, circa 1982—”You breast fed your babies? E-e-w, that’s so UNNATURAL!”

  35. Staci A
    Mar 21 - 2:14 pm

    Most useless? Don’t spoil your baby by holding him too much. (As he lays here napping on my lap!) They’re only little and snuggly for so long! I’ll enjoy every second of it while I can.

  36. Alison S.
    Mar 21 - 3:54 pm

    I ignored so much advice that I don’t think I have a particular one other than that I see friends of mine that are so limited and anti social because their lives revolve around the baby’s schedule. I’ve hauled my kids everywhere, any time I felt like it and they are just fine. ;) Best advice is to not become only mommy. Do stuff for you!

  37. john bayliss
    Mar 22 - 2:54 am

    make sure shoes are always tied

  38. June
    Mar 22 - 10:02 am

    I raised four children into now all wonderful adults. It all took time, understanding, and allot of being there for them when they needed me most. School, friends, baseball, football, basketball, cheer leading, homework, pimples, homecomings, and many more hill’s to climb after that. Just set a good ex sample for for your children, but most of all make sure they know whats right & wrong. And treat others the way you would wanted to be treated. (Respect)

  39. susan varney
    Mar 22 - 4:26 pm

    babies never smile before 6 months old mverno@roadrunner.com

  40. Carol M
    Mar 22 - 7:38 pm

    I was told to keep the baby on a feed schedule. Yeah, right! I fed them when they were hungry!!!

  41. Carol M
    Mar 22 - 7:44 pm

    I was told to keep the baby on a feeding schedule. Yeah, right! I fed them when they were hungry!!!

  42. Lori
    Mar 23 - 11:22 am

    This is such a good book for the new parents.

  43. tamar
    Mar 23 - 11:57 am

    Useless piece of parenting advice? that it’s okay in big families to pass a newborn around in a house full of people. sadly, this comes from an in-law. Really?

  44. ANGEL JACKLYN
    Mar 23 - 2:49 pm

    Don’t rock your baby too fast. No crap! Lol.

  45. Giant Sis
    Mar 23 - 10:32 pm

    I don’t have any kids – but I think one of the useless reasons I’ve been told why I SHOULD have kids is so that I’ll have someone to take care of ME when I get older… Is there some guarantee for that?

  46. Diane
    Mar 23 - 11:53 pm

    Worst advice? You should never let a baby cry himself to sleep! If you coddle them too much, they will never be sleep trained and you will have a two year old who needs to be rocked to sleep!

  47. Brittney House
    Mar 24 - 12:42 am

    “Unless you read baby books, you’ll be lost when the baby comes”

  48. bonnie
    Mar 24 - 12:48 am

    We’re expecting our first and we haven’t gotten a lot of advice yet, but we have gotten a lot of warnings like, “you think you don’t sleep now…”

  49. Eileen
    Mar 24 - 9:31 am

    If you have a lot of heartburn during pregnancy your baby will have a lot of hair.

  50. Valerie Taylor Mabrey
    Mar 24 - 2:20 pm

    useless info…. get them on a schedule (it never worked)
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  51. Ed Nemmers
    Mar 24 - 3:55 pm

    Play classical music to the belly?!?

  52. Caroline
    Mar 24 - 4:59 pm

    Always make sure your baby has socks and shoes on, or they will catch a cold. Yeah right! I was doing good to keep them clothed some days!

  53. shirley pebbles
    Mar 24 - 10:03 pm

    If you get alot of heartburn the baby will be born with lots of hair.

  54. DanV
    Mar 25 - 10:51 am

    I was once told never to put down a stoller canopy, even if the baby’s sleeping

  55. Missy Lynnh
    Mar 25 - 1:59 pm

    “Crying it out is good for their lungs”

    Umm that makes no sense.

    mlynnh5 at gmail dot com

  56. Jessica Rose
    Mar 25 - 3:46 pm

    Since I’m not a parent, I don’t really have any useless advice, but I’ve always heard people say to sleep every chance you get.

  57. sarah woods
    Mar 25 - 3:52 pm

    How perfect and within the know not to kill the love of your heart/soul. Thanks SW

  58. Jennifer J
    Mar 25 - 5:33 pm

    Let the baby cry themselves to sleep. It’s a stupid idea, especially if you have a colicky baby.

  59. Lauren McBee
    Jun 21 - 12:27 pm

    “never, ever let your baby cry.” sure thing.

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