wet the baby’s head

to celebrate the birth of a baby with a drink of alcohol or more usually an excuse for a drinking spree.
congratulations bill! how about we go out tonight to wet the baby’s head?
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the process of celebrating the birth of a baby. traditionally taking its name from the christian baptismal rite, during which the head of a baby would be wet with blesed water, the phrase now commonly relates to the consumption of large amounts of alcohol as a celebration of the new arrival.

the actual process of wetting the baby’s head is far more fun before the baby is born.
bloke 1: check out the cans on that barmaid.
bloke 2: dude, you’re married.
bloke 1: yeah, but…
bloke 2: you’re wife just had a kid.
bloke 1: yeah, well..
bloke 2: we’re here celebrating, to wet the baby’s head.
bloke 1: true. but she has got really nice cans.
to have s-x with an extremely pregnant woman.
person 1: i banged my girl yesterday, she’s 38 weeks pregnant!
person 2: you wet the baby’s head, huh?

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