I know the focus is on the winkies, but sweet Jesus are these some god awful names! What is with this stupid name trend? I’m so afraid that one day I will be under the rule of someone named Kymbrlei Bryleauh Jones or Ninja Blade Muthafuckin Smith.
I have similar pictures of my son, but definitely not on Facebook! (Maybe in a baby book, that I will most likely show a future girlfriend) I would never torture my son like that, if and when he ever found out that I’d have ever put them on a site, I’m sure a lot of child rebellion would follow.
Young Jackson Alvin David will one day be showing someone his family tree. When he does, I wonder how difficult it will be to explain that Nicholya is in fact his mother’s first name, not a venereal disease.
aw i was pregnant at 20 and im still in University, we arent all huge losers… im a sociology major though so i probably will end up at McDonalds after i graduate anyway with the way the economy is but anyway i dont see anything ‘lame’ or ‘funny’ about these… so they posted pics of the ‘money shot’ big deal.. i want something i can laugh at boooo
@Sanrio90 – if you think looking at ultrasounds of one’s child’s genitalia online is a bit weird, wait until you hear what parents have to do to a baby’s genitals. They have to… touch them. And even creepier… clean poo off them. (Oh, the horror). Seriously, from the time you become a parent to the time your child is toilet trained you will spend so much time looking at their pink bits that it’s utterly prosaic.
Did anyone else notice that the sonographer had tagged the first photo with ‘big boy’. Now there’s someone with a good sense of humour LOL.
Oh, and maybe the baby wasn’t really called Kemper, but the mum was actually saying that this one was a keeper, (maybe she only wanted a baby with ginormous tackle), and mistyped?
A teenage girl: Sister i dont want my husband’s semen in my cervix so i draw full semen from my cervix so i want to fill my sister’s husband semen in my cervix so sister could you please help me to put semen inside my uterus.
And do we think these babies are going to come out fully clothed? I see nothing lame or wrong with posting the gender ultrasound pics. Had I gotten to a scanner with my kids ultrasound pics I would have posted them for family to see. I have pics of my kids when they were first born (and my kids werent born with clothes on). I posted them for my family and friends to see. Is that wrong? Some people need to get a grip.
I am pretty sure that these were posted on someone’s facebook to show off to family and friends, who typically DO care to see things like this. Any pics I post of my kids on facebook are so my family who lives out of town can see them.
The fact that you are a soulless bastard and can’t understand why people are happy when their friends/family are going to have a baby doesn’t mean that the rest of the world must share your ‘retartation’.
The only lame things in this post are the babies’ and parents’ names and the “peepee” and “hoochie coochie” business, imho.
Too bad there’s not an age of delaney’s mom on the ultrasound picture. probably another 15 yr old that thinks the idea of being a mommy is cool or cute, like playing a game of house. seriously, ‘hoochie coochie’? does it annoy anyone else as much as myself when seems as if every 15, 16, 17 yr old girl you know is pregnant or has been? it’s RIDICULOUS!! Don’t get me wrong, it is possible that it is an accident, and it is possible for these young girls to wise up and act responsible and mature and be good mothers, but 90% of the time that’s sadly not the case.
What Zippo said.
I see it like this. If I wanted to see your babies genitals, I’d be in prison. In fact, if I ASKED to look at his ‘manhood’ or her ‘hoochie coochie’, I’m pretty sure you’d (ironically) remove me from your Facebook, ring the police and never ever speak to me again. Hmm… DOUBLE STANDARDS?!?!?
I don’t find this lame. Finding out the gender of your baby is a big deal.
Posting pictures of your placenta, yourself in labour or a full frontal of your just-born baby when their genitals are red and swollen is lame (and it really does happen – one of my friends just posted 2 out of 3 of those things this week and actually, it was 50 photos of them in labour!)
I know all of the moms here want to believe that anyone gives a care that you have a kid, but no one really does. Since there’s 5+billion people on this rock, it’s no big feat to have a kid. The best thing technology did was to obsolete the slide shows you would be forced to sit through of people’s vacations and kid pictures. No one is saying that your kid isn’t the most important thing to you, but please don’t throw pictures at me to look at. No one in their family is really all that amazed that someone is having a kid, and I know that most people internally groan and roll their eyes when someone starts bringing out the ultrasound and baby pictures. It’s news for about 40 seconds, then you fall into the group of people that are going to have kids and bring them to restaurants and let them run around screaming and annoying me while I am trying to eat.
“It’s news for about 40 seconds, then you fall into the group of people that are going to have kids and bring them to restaurants and let them run around screaming and annoying me while I am trying to eat.”
@fingerman LOL! My bf once asked for us to be moved in a restaurant because there was a table of 3 mothers and their children and they were ALL screaming and crying whilst the mothers just sat there and talked and ate pizza.
In relation to the post..I think the pics are fine…people are proud that they are having a child and they want to tell/show people. However I do agree that the cutsie names for the genitals are a tad disturbing, I actually thought “pee-pee” was a reference to the kids urine 0_0
I think some people have to realise that when we mothers post stuff about our kids it’s more for the benefit of grandparents and family and our mother friends. I know there are friends on FB who won’t be so interested and kind of get caught in the crossfire, but just ignore it. Childless people post boring stuff too – about what they ate for lunch, being hungover again, endless youtube videos of their favourite band, not to mention all that farmville stuff. If you’re really friends with someone, surely you just accept it otherwise just remove them as a friend or from your feed. There is such a thing as too much info though and boy do I have some of those friends.
@ sideways- No shit, there’s a difference between needed hygiene/health procedures and posting online your kid’s genitals and basically saying “omg look how big it is!” That’s unecessary and if any other adult was concerned with how big a child’s penis or they were oggling a child like that, they’d be branded a creep and rightly so.