Archive for November 2009

November 21, 2009 Some More Excellent Parenting Advice

Posted by Eden M. Kennedy on Nov 21, 2009 at 5:00 pm in Uncategorized

We at Let’s Panic! HQ have finally realized that many parents have children who are old enough to walk, talk, and have their own Facebook accounts, and that they have been sorely underserved by our fascinating Internet website. No more! We now have a revolutionary new Parenting subsection called “General Parenting Advice” and in it you will actually find painstakingly specific advice. It’s this sort of counterintuitive structuring that puts Let’s Panic! one step ahead of all those other websites written by people.

Our first exciting entry in this category is called An Exhaustive List of Many Things You Probably Shouldn’t Ever Say to Your Offsrping. Or something like that. That’s the basic gist of it. I don’t know.

November 13, 2009 Cut Your Partner Some Slack

Posted by Alice Bradley and Eden M. Kennedy on Nov 13, 2009 at 4:15 pm in pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a difficult time for partners. It’s only natural that their hopes, fears, and need for back scratches take second place to a pregnant woman’s swollen ankles and constant weeping. But here at Let’s Panic HQ, we want partners to experience the same sense of wonder and ache-filled nights as pregnant ladies do! So in order to help build a little empathy between you two, we’ve made a list of stuff you can do to help you relate to one another in this incredibly swollen, nauseating time of your lives.

Stay involved with each other using science!

November 7, 2009, It’s Time to Stop Yelling!

Posted by Eden M. Kennedy on Nov 7, 2009 at 12:18 pm in Babies

Recently, The New York Times ran an article claiming that shouting is the new spanking. Here at Let’s Panic About Babies!, we believe that passive-aggressive acting out toward your child is the new spanking, and we’re here to teach you how to get your message across, whatever that message may be. Baby needs to learn that it’s not all about her! Mommy and daddy have needs, too.

Now go fix mommy a drink.