Serena Williams Has A Clear Advantage Over Alexis Ohanian In Swaddling 101

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Jul. 24 2017, Published 3:55 p.m. ET

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Being pregnant is bringing out a side of Serena Williams we just aren’t used to, and it’s awesome! The normally very private actress is sharing more and more about her pregnancy journey on social media, and her latest story was hilarious and precious.

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The athlete and her fiancé joined her for a swaddling class. For us who aren’t used to babies, swaddling is the art of wrapping a baby in a blanket for warmth and soothes them.

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The 35-year-old shared their skills, or lack thereof, on Snap. While she patted herself on the back for her swaddling skills, she didn’t do the same for Alexis.

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“Look at this student,” she said to him. “Oh, what happened?” to which he replied, “I can’t help it!”

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Making the situation even more hilarious is that he held the doll in a way that did not look safe, leading Serena to say in jest, “Sir, that’s not how you carry the baby.”

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Fortunately, though, it sounds like he's actually more than ready for fatherhood. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, she revealed, “I don’t know what to do with a baby. I have nothing.... I’ve done absolutely nothing for the baby room.” Luckily, Alexis is staying on top of things, and even has a jar he has to put money in each time he curses so he doesn't do it when the baby arrives. 

What are your thoughts on Serena and Alexis' swaddling class? Let us know in the comments section.


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