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  1. LTE says – reply to this


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    Congratulation on the baby, please read about SIDS. It looks like you have a baby bumper around the crib, which is very dangerous. Sleeper sacks, Back is best, and no bedding but a tight fitting crib sheet. Sorry to sound preachy but SIDS is extremely important to know about.

  2. B says – reply to this


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    Congratulations Perez!! I do have to agree with the above poster. Baby bumpers may increase the chance of SIDS and are unnecesary. As a mother and a friend to a mother who lost her 5 week old to SIDS, I have a hard time sitting back and not saying anything.
    Enjoy every moment. It goes by too fast!

  3. @v@ says – reply to this


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    You're very courageous.

  4. Rose says – reply to this


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    You don't read to baby's at that age. At least hold them and just talk. I hope your mother is helping you.

  5. Cannon says – reply to this


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    Don't sleep with baby in the bed, parents have killed their babies by accidentally rolling over them or smothering them with pillows. And yes the above reader is right, SIDS is real, I know a woman whose baby died from SIDS. Please share the baby name with us Perez!

  6. N says – reply to this


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    My goodness. I love this, and am so proud of how far you've come. Thank you for sharing this special moment. Please don't let the negative comments bring you down.

  7. linder says – reply to this


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    Oh Perez! This is sooo sweet. Read, read and read away to your new precious child.. he may not understand but just hearing your voice is soo important. Congrats and … listen to the others about the bumper pads, valid point.



  8. 8

    Awesome #poppaperez! So happy for you. Keep up the good work!



  9. 9

    Reading to a baby is good at any stage. Keep the positive things going for your baby!!

  10. ado27 says – reply to this


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    I hated hearing other people say after my child how much I have grown. I thought I was always this, I just didn't show it always because I didn't have another person relying on me! You can't change you, I was always this way but I didn't have to prove it until my child came along! Congrats my buddy!



  11. 11

    Please play the poor child classical music while he/she eats. That way it can later tell the difference between real music and the crap that you peddle.

  12. Mama says – reply to this


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    You are doing AMAZIING!!! I read to my son since he was born the same way you have. Now he is not even three years old reading, writing, and counting very large numbers. Be your own parent and do not worry about others telling you how to raise your kid, its what we all go through. 1 <3 PEREZ & SWEET P



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    Aw! Doting daddy! Love it!

  14. Mike says – reply to this


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    Re: adg100 – haha

  15. Leslie says – reply to this


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    It's never too early to start reading to a child. Good for you; he will learn to love books.



  16. 16

    Get rid of the baby bumper. Read up on it.



  17. 17

    Re: Rose – It is actually Highly recommended that you start reading to your child right away. It's never to soon to start reading to them.

  18. Jane says – reply to this


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    Perez, I am so happy for your that you have a son! I could always tell you love babies and it's of no surprise that you now have one of your own. You're doing fabulous!

    You know, it's really crazy to me how people try to tell you what to do when you have kids. Reading at this age? Totally fine! The baby feels your energy and love!

    And, SIDS and sleeping with your kids? I have FOUR and every single one of them slept with me. (Mine ages 11,10, 1.5 and 7 months). Sleeping with your child has been done since the beginning of time. It's only modern times that parents decided to put their kids in another room! Having your kids close to you gives them comfort and confidence in knowing that their parent is there. Read up on it. Don't let everyone feed you crap. Do your own research. Do what you feel is natural.

    ALL you need is love! The rest will come. Mucho congrats P-Daddy!!!



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    even if he doesnt understand the words he can be lulled by the sound of ur voice till he does..

    dr suess is very soothing …

  20. Brad says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse SUPERFAN 777 – lulled by the sound of his voice?? LOL, you made me spit out my coffee!

  21. monnie625 says – reply to this


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    Love this! So happy for you!

  22. GJ says – reply to this


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    so proud of you Perez!! I have to admit the first photo of you with your baby made me so depressed, because it reminded me of how badly I want kids! It also gave me hope… If you can do it, so can any one of us!!

    Lots of love!
    All the way from South Africa
    G.J.

  23. loriso says – reply to this


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    Good God, people, I'm sure he has researched, so stop preaching and just let him enjoy. As for not letting your children sleep with you…usually those people were drinking. In most countries children sleep with their parents.

  24. Be-Atch says – reply to this


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    This freak show has a kid ? ? ? Gawd help that poor baby !



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    a fan blowing in the room also helps prevent sids.. not blowing ON the kid but gently moving the air around for lots of oxygen. Also New Zealand defeated sids by putting their mattresses in special plastic bags (which I ordered). It prevents the fire tardants and chemicals (especially new mattresses) from being inhaled :)

  26. rosie odonnell says – reply to this


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    photo please of his cute little face …



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    You love that baby the way you want to. Babies love the attention and the sounds of voices from their family.



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    congrats Perez, i agree with LTE and B ..it doesnt matter how cute bumper pads, sheets or any other type of bedding looks, sadly it kills! put baby to bed on his back with NO toys or bedding (just the tight bottom sheet that fits tightly over the mattress. Please heed the warnings, very important!

  29. Tina says – reply to this


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    OMG so many nosey people telling Perez what to do with HIS kid!! Get over it people!! Im sure Perez is a GREAT daddy! And he does not need everyone telling him what he may or may not be doing is wrong. He is a smart man, he may not make the same decisions YOU make so just get over it. Let him do his thing and enjoy his baby and show his little one off like the rest of us do with our own.

    Forget the Gov't trying to tell everyone how to raise a child. All you ned is a bunch of "regular" people. smh.

  30. Rara says – reply to this


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    For fucks sake, shut up and let him be happy. Why do people have to put thier 2 cents in about everything! He is a grown man and I am sure would not want to harm his baby. Idiot.

  31. OCVSD1 says – reply to this


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    where have i been & what have i missed….Perez you're a dad???

  32. Doesitmatter says – reply to this


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    FFS…WHY DO PARENTS DO THIS?? I don't care how many children you have. Just because somebody else is new to parenting DOES NOT INVITE YOU TO OPEN YOUR MOUTH AND TELL THEM HOW TO BE A PARENT. If he needs advice, he has his mother and other people closer to him to turn to. If all else fails, there's books and the internet. Shut up and take care of YOUR kids and let him take care of HIS.

    Having said that, my husband has read to our kids from the moment they were born. They loved it and still do. BOTH of my children had bumpers in their cribs. I did my research on them and decided to use them anyway. (Though they did have fans blowing in their rooms because I didn't feel their rooms were great for air circulation) Oh, and they RARELY slept in their cribs except for maybe one of their naps during the day. I chose co-sleeping because that meant my kids and I got better sleep and. Maybe some of you should do some ACTUAL research on co-sleeping and not only read the one-sided part of it. Can't wait to live in a world where everybody has taught their children to be terrified of everything instead of just being cautions and using common sense. Pretty sure all of you freaks are going to have kids with the most absurd allergies and will be forced to live inside of a hypoallergenic bubble. Enjoy.

  33. dsol says – reply to this


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    Re: Rose – WTF?! its not like is going to hurt the baby.. what a stupid comment



  34. 34

    Good point.



  35. 35

    I think the people on here who are telling him what to do are just excited for him. Probably parents themselves. I was giving advice too on a post and I don't even have a kid. Was just so happy for him.

  36. be strong says – reply to this


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    I think it's the sheet covering the mattress you see. He appears to have placed a bed skirt under the mattress itself, over the top of the the box spring for an asthetical effect, I"m guessing.



  37. 37

    Are you doing this alone Perez or do you have a partner? Either way I wish you and the little guy all the best!

  38. Michelle says – reply to this


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    Youre doing great buddy! Keep it up!



  39. 39

    First of all, that NOT a bumper! Everyone telling Perez to do his research, maybe YOU should do some research. Need a hint? That's a breathable mattress, one of the safest(and expensive) on the market, google it!

  40. @v@ says – reply to this


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    They sleep a lot the first three months. It helps them grow and develop. They come alive in stages after that. Then when they're three, they won't go to bed, lol.