There is a proper way to hold a newborn baby. This is not it…
Sent in by Jessica
Thats not a new born…and the baby is getting support..the father is holding it by the shoulders,supporting the neck. I can see why you people would be outraged, but babies are rather durable. Im sure every single one of you has had your child roll off the bed…which is much more dangerous then being supported upside down when for 9 months you were a little gymnast. People need to let kids be kids
This is a newborn, he was literally a week old. And there is no head support here, the shoulders don’t help
i agree with barbie my 18 month old aint much bigger (16lb) than that and she loves being upside down but has way more support than that
This is f**king disgusting. He’s oviously a horrible father! You can tell by the strain & stretching on the childs neck that it’s NOT supported by its own muscles…
This person should be hunted down and shot.
Comment from Jessa
Time: June 29, 2010, 5:16 pm
In your belly, floating in amniotic fluid… QUITE different than having her head and neck completely unsupported before there is even the slightest muscle development.
My daughter is 1 yr old and loves being upside down…
She can also fully support herself
really????? you dont have to be a ***** about it. like seriously. they know their own child. you dont. back off *****.
“How come an adult is playing with the most fragile creature on earth??????!!!!!!”
Hahahaha! Oh, wow. That’s a good one.
What a sick son of a *****!!!!!!!
thats a case
This is horrific. What else does or will this man do to this baby?
Honestly, there are some people should be burn in hell!!!!! How come an adult (unless is a RETARDED ONE) is playing with the most fragile creature on earth??????!!!!!!
This is actually pretty funny to see on a blog. I suffered PPD pretty bad and to make me laugh my husband would walk in the room holding our (yes) newborn upside down against his chest asking, ” is this right?” After freaking out initially he reminded me that she spent the last few months in my belly upside down. She is 10 months now and loves, LOVES to be held upside down.
It IS a newborn. This picture was taken before he was a week old. I used to be close with the couple before this incident
I dunno…. that kiddo has a REALLY thin neck. Younger babies seem to have the thin necks.
I’m not sure that is a newborn. I’ve seen small babies that were older than they looked. An example would be that my friend has a 14 month old girl that weighs as much (17 lbs), and is just an inch taller, than my 5 month old son. If this is an older baby, say 4 or 5 months, than the baby can hold up her head and it’s fine to play with him/her by holding them upside down. I do that to my son from time to time and he just laughs and laughs.
Sorry to ruin your fun.
wow. that’s terrible!
woowwww.thats just dangerous what kind of idiot does that!