Dad leaves people in stitches with brutally honest ‘review’ of two-month-old son

A TikTok user has gone viral after posting a hilariously honest review of his two-month-old son, who he says is ‘over all a pretty good baby, except when he’s hungry’

It’s fair to say that no one can anticipate what it’s really like to have a child until you actually have a child.

One dad, however, has recently gone viral after trying to breakdown what it’s really like to be a parent by leaving a hilariously honest review for his two-month-old baby.

Taking to TikTok, dad – who posts from the Davis Family account – said his new son was “overall a pretty good baby,” until he’s hungry that is.

“This is my little boy, I just got him about two months ago. He’s got good quality hair and the cheeks are very chunky and very kissable,” he said, while brushing his hand through the baby’s luscious thick hair and pulling on his adorable cheeks.

“He does this cute little thing like this where he pokes his lips out and it makes you wanna’ kiss him even more.”

The dad went on to explain that while the baby doesn’t come with his own clothes and nappies, you can pretty much pick them up from anywhere for around £20. Not bad, eh?

“Overall, he’s a pretty good baby until he’s hungry… then he goes crazy,” he added. “I recommend babies for any families, for starting a family, if you already have a family, I recommend more babies – you know what I’m saying?”

Going into a little more detail, the dad said anyone who wants a baby can get one for “three grown up transactions a day,” before clarifying it actually only takes one adult transaction to make a baby. Yep, thanks for that little science lesson.

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Finishing off his review, the father touched on whether he would have more babies based on his son, prompting him to confess, “erm, I don’t know. But, I have him.”

Good to know, dad. Good to know.

“My man reviewed his son. I’m dead. Bro make more of these… the vids not the baby. Not yet. Bless your fam bro,” one amused TikTok user commented.

Meanwhile, another joked: “This feels like false advertising. Mine didn’t come with volume controls and now they’re talking back and full of attitude.”