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The Ultimate Guide of What to Do When Your Baby is Born (or How to Wing It Like a Pro)

Congratulations! Your little bundle of joy has finally arrived! But now what? The truth is, no one can fully prepare you for the journey of parenthood, but with a little humor and a lot of love, you'll be just fine. Here's what to expect (or not expect) when your baby is born.

  1. Sleep is a thing of the past: If you thought you were tired before, just wait. Say goodbye to a full night's sleep for the next 18 years (give or take). But on the bright side, you'll have plenty of opportunities to perfect your power napping skills.

  2. Say hello to lots of spit up: Babies are cute, but they also have some not-so-cute habits. Get used to lots of spit up, poopy diapers, and those sweet, sweet baby farts.

  3. Everything is a toy: Babies are natural explorers and will find entertainment in the most unexpected places. Don't be surprised if they try to eat your phone or chew on your keys. It's all part of the fun.

  4. The fashion police are watching: Forget about wearing anything without spit up or poop on it. Comfort is key, so embrace your sweatpants and say goodbye to cute outfits for a while.

  5. You'll learn to function on very little sleep: Caffeine will become your new best friend, and you'll learn to function on a few hours of sleep like a pro.

  6. The love is real: Despite all the challenges, there's nothing like the love you'll feel for your new little one. They may drive you crazy, but they'll also fill your heart with more love than you ever thought possible.

In conclusion, the journey of parenthood can be a wild ride, but it's also one of the most rewarding experiences you'll ever have. So, embrace the chaos, laugh at the silly moments, and always remember the love. You got this, new parent!"

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