So you're having a baby. Great news! You're probably really excited and also a little scared. It also probably means as soon as your stomach started to pop out of your jeans, you were bombarded with advice about how to raise the child who hasn't even exited your womb yet.
For some reason, people love to share their parenting secrets with you. Whether you want them to or not. Heck, people will share them with you even if they're related to you or not. Just try to stand in line at the grocery store and see how long you can go without someone telling you how you absolutely must have a water birth, while someone on the other side of you assures you water births are very dangerous. Or they'll tell you how you should ever feed a child peanuts, because they might have an allergy, and so on, forever.
People love to tell pregnant women and expecting partners all the terrible things that are going to happen once they have that baby. They typically mean well, but I wouldn't believe everything they say.