What people say is not necessarily what they mean, baby

Another cheat-sheet to print, laminate and carry in the diaper bag if you have recently given birth to a tiny human. Consult it any time someone begins to talks to you and you’re too tired to figure out what they are really saying.

You’re welcome.


Or you can order it as a helpful greeting card for new parents here. And special thanks to Scary Mommy who ran this graphic yesterday on her popular and hilarious community for real parents.

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2 thoughts on “What people say is not necessarily what they mean, baby

    • It’s never too late at this party! If you go to my Twitter account @7littlemexicans you can retweet it if you would like. That will make it fresh all over again…. Just like the remake of Dangerous Liaisons.

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