Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have welcomed baby Wyatt into the world, and I couldn't be more thrilled. Not only will she eventually grow up to be one of the most adorable celebrity babies in the entire world, but I have high hopes that someday, she'll become BFF with Blue Ivy. But in all the excitement over Wyatt's arrival, it seems that some of us may have forgotten one thing: Kutcher and Kunis are now parents for the first time. Do they know what they're doing?
Obviously, Kutcher has practice with ex-wife Demi Moore's children, who reportedly thought he was the greatest (duh). But an infant is a whole different ballgame, and I suspect they might be looking for a little advice. Enter Todd Chrisley, my new favorite reality star and father, five times over. He's not just a fashion maven, folks — Chrisley is experienced in the world of parenting, and hey, his kids have turned out somewhat OK (domestic assault charges from oldest son Kyle aside).
"I think you love your baby. You know that it's going to get better when you bring them home," Chrisley told E! News when they asked him for his best advice for the new parents. "You're learning at the same time your baby is learning you. You take turns. You help each other out. If you're doing your part and your partner's doing their part, then it's all going to be fine."
And child rearing isn't all Chrisley's wisdom encompasses. Through the first season of Chrisley Knows Best, he dropped all kinds of knowledge on every topic under the sun.
Men are not to be trusted
This one is something many of us have learned firsthand, but Chrisley is especially wary of men when it comes to the ones who are interested in his super gorgeous daughters.
Put yourself first
First impressions are everything
So if you're going to be strutting down the mall runway like Savannah or you're just making a quick trip to the grocery store, you should probably make sure you look presentable.
Be true to yourself
This might be one of my favorite things that Chrisley has ever uttered on the show:
“Stand up and speak your mind. If you piss the world off, they will get over it. At least they will know where you stand.”
Big risks equal big rewards
This piece of wisdom was actually dispensed by Chrisley's middle son, Chase, who's also wise beyond his years. With a dad who tracks your every move via iPhone (and strategically placed moles at various fast food restaurants), sometimes, "you've gotta risk it to get the biscuit."