It all started with the 'Dogshaming' meme, where owners took to the Web to expose their misbehaving pooches. Then there was bunny shaming, which taught us that even those little guys can get into trouble. But that ain't got nothin' on the latest version -- baby shaming brings this trend to an entirely new level of adorable.
We've said it before, and we'll say it again -- if you're going to subject yourself to the stress of parenthood, you may as well use your kids for party tricks. This dad has taught his almost two-year-old son to sing and strum along with him to 'Don't Let Me Down' by the Beatles...
If you're not taking advantage of your baby's pliability and lack of motor control skills to pose them for silly photographs, frankly we don't understand why you even had kids. If for no other reason than to post a picture of your kid to Facebook every once in a while that is actually entertaining, instead of just sharing "the magic" of a 10-month-old eating pie. Of course they like it -
I don't have kids yet, but one day (hopefully) I will. When and if that day comes, based on what I've seen from friends of mine who are parents, and what I've observed in the general public; I'll be prepared for my kid to cry for the silliest reasons - and sometimes, no reason at all.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have shared more photos of Dem Babies — Monroe and Moroccan. Warning: The twins are to die for. They will suck you into their vortex of cuteness, since their proud parents posted a treasure trove of images.
Some women have to undergo fertility treatments to get pregnant, but according to a new study by the CDC, about a third of the babies born in the past 30 years weren’t planned — and it should come as no surprise that more than half of those pregnancies are tied to a lack of contraception use.