Upcoming Event: DadLabs Book Launch 6.6.09

BornFree™ presents DadLabs: A Toast to Testosterone:

When: 5-7pm, Saturday, June 6, 2009
What: Appetizers, Non-alcoholic Drinks* & Fun (*alcohol may be purchased)
Where: The Dream Cafe, Village on the Parkway, Addison: 5100 Beltline Rd, Dallas TX
Who: Expectant parents & parents of infants under 1
Cost: FREE: Advance RSVP is required for on-site gift bag and raffle

New & Expectant Moms & Dads are invited for an evening of hilarity and celebration.

So the baby’s butt is redder than a baboon’s and he’s screaming like a crazed hockey fan. What’s a new father supposed to do? Since 2007 more than 2 million men have turned to DadLabs for the answers. Home to the Internet’s finest weekly video program about modern fatherhood DadLabs.com is the brainchild of four regular guys in Austin Texas and now they’ve compiled the best of their advice into a book and will share their experiences with DFW new & expectant dads (and moms of course):

-How to keep the baby alive until the wife gets home
-That washing bottles will not make your balls fall off
-Things not to say during birthing (“You’re sure it’s mine right?”)
-Top-secret delivery room tips (No. 1: Bring change for the snack machine)
-Why sex is overrated (and other lies fathers tell themselves)
-Why other parents’ children are inferior to yours”

Visit DadLabs.com for more information. View Facebook Invitation here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=91184350964&ref=mf#/event.php?eid=91184350964&ref=mf


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