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Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis play a young married couple (two years later, they became a real-life married couple). So far, all they know about parenthood is how to sneak bootleg liquor home in a baby carriage. That changes quickly when the girl's brother (Noah Young) leaves them with his two youngsters (Jackie Morgan and Jackie Edwards) for an overnight visit. The four-year-old does what four-year-olds do best -- he gets into everything from sawing a chair leg to nailing Harold's shoes to the floor to finding fireworks. The infant is hungry and crying, and Harold must figure out how to fill a baby bottle with milk. The nightmare (hellish for the couple, hilarious for the viewer) is capped when the wife glowingly reveals that she is expecting. Not among the best of Lloyd's two-reelers, but funny nevertheless.