New parents will want time to bond with their baby without anyone else butting in. Deal with it.
Yes I agree about the language. Ive worked in environments where "robust" adult language was the default. But it does give the impression of a certain social class with whom I would not want my child (if I had one) to come into contact.
I definitely agree with the bonding needs. I remember being worn out with callers when I had my babies. But I really don’t think swearing is a class thing. Some of the most highly educated and extremely ‘posh’ folk I’ve known and worked with over the years have cussed like crazy. They just sound posher doing it 🤷🏻♀️
I remember being worn out with callers when I had my babies
This is where a sensible grandparent can act as gatekeeper.
Only let wanted visitors in or keep them away from Mum and baby in another room.
I wish I'd been firmer when DD had DGS but I wasn't on familiar ground.
Funnily enough my DH managed to do that all by himself during his 2 weeks of paternity leave.
Although for DD1 I had to spend 7 days in the hospital and the hospital allowed no visitors on the ward apart from husband/ partner and siblings. So everyone else had to wait anyway.