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Do Grandparents Have Rights? & Is it Too Late to Change My Baby’s Name?

Do grandparents have rights when it comes to seeing the baby? Some say yes, some say no. Then we ask should we change the baby’s name at six months? So much discussion, so many opinions.

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Show Notes

We start off the show a little perplexed as our listener wants to change baby’s name after only six months. Why? How? Should she?

Then we’re off on talking about grandparent rights. Who has the right to see the baby, especially during these troubling times? And then to make things worse, we have a grandmother who lies to the parents. We can’t wait to hear your response to this one!

Mommy Hacks

At the end of the show, we have a few “hacks” to share with you, and sometimes we recommend products while doing so. We just want to let you know, if we mention a product we will tell you exactly what we think about it, no messing about. Our opinions are definitely our own. Products we recommended on this show (affiliate links):

Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat with Tray is our first hack, and both Erika and I talk about how we felt this was a waste of money…at first. Now we love it, because AJ loves it. It keeps him from laying down, and he gets to feel like a big kid!

Then we move onto just having a great camera! Here’s the camera I use, the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. However, we know it’s a lot of camera for someone starting out. We would probably recommend a good point and shoot, like the Canon Powershot SX530.

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