How to Teach Your Unborn Child about Star Trek

Alas, I made the mistake of waiting until my eldest daughter had been born before taking up instructing her in the Trekkie way of life. Now it's a struggle to get her to repeat the Ninth Rule of Acquisition (the foundation of wisdom).

Caleb Clark did not wait that long. An unborn child can hear after 23 weeks, so he began reading to her technical manuals, concordances and episode summaries at that time. But be sure to match your child's developmental level. "Then you can start to talk about Star Trek versus Star Wars, but not until they're a little older. Probably, like, 32 weeks."

Click on Continue Reading to watch Mr. Clark's hilarious video. 

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Link | Clark's Website

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Does that happen to everyone when they get pregnant? I mean, they aren't even that big, and the nipples are HUGE. I am now extremely frightened of becoming pregnant for fear of hostile nipple takeover.
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