GIRLLLLL… If you clicked into this the you clearly got the bug. Maybe your biological time clock just started ticking, maybe you’ve had family members welcome new babies into their lives recently, or maybe you’ve just been surrounded by tons of cute, chubby, kissable cheeks! Well, I’ve had this contagious, risky fever for a while now and I’m here to remind you that when our gut says it’s not the right time – we listen! These 3 methods have proven to be the most successful treatments for baby fever in today’s modern medicine, so let’s get to ’em:
- Get a puppy. Nope, not a kitten. Can’t be a lizard. Don’t even consider a fish. To effectively treat your fever, you NEED to get a puppy. Small or big, it doesn’t matter too much, but I will say, the farther advanced the fever, the bigger the breed. Another crucial step here – the puppy MUST be 8-12 weeks when you get him/her.
- Babysit. Go and babysit for your family members or friends who have kids ages 1-8, or better yet, go for the ones that have 2-4 kids and offer to watch them all. You might be thinking this one’s cake because you’ve done it before, WELL SO HAVE I. I’m talking about watching them for 2-3 days, not just the night, fam. Good luck.
- Go online and shop. Or pretend to shop. Go to Target or Bed Bath & Beyond and start adding every item you’d think you’d need when having a baby and imagine you’re not getting anything from family or friends as gifts. Once you’re done, that final number should scare you enough to take a nice little pause.
Okay, in all seriousness, I’m dying to have kids – like at least 2 or 3. So I hope nobody takes offense to this. And if you’re ready for the little nuggets, get on it! For the rest of us, no babies. Lots of practice, though. 😛