In the season finale, one family tries to win a college fund.
Two-year-old Nico plays "Kickin' It," while his mom wagers on how many soccer goals he can make in 90 seconds. Grandma Rebecca tries to guess whether or not little Sophia can put a ball in each of the turning baskets in 60 seconds. Then, young Jackson plays "A Little Tipsy" with his dad Rodney, while Mom guesses whether or not her youngster can stack baseball equipment without it toppling. Finally, how many impressions will Mom Nicole be able to identify when her three-year-old Donovan is doing the impersonating in the game "Celeb-U-Tot?"
Babies play "A Little Tipsy," "Pick Up Line," and "A Little Tipsy."
John John, age 3, has to follow his dad Dean to an obstacle course's finish line in just 60 seconds for his Mom Joni to win her wager. Rambunctious Presley needs to pour a full pitcher of liquid up to the lines on various glasses with her dad Trevor! Baby Ava's mom and grandma need to correctly predict which of 4 toys she'll select to take home in the game "Toy Time." Three-year-old Donovan's parents, Elizabeth and Andy, hope he has the Midas Touch when he plays a game where he needs to guess what objects are in boxes, just by feel.
Four-year-old Morgan is such a dynamo, her parents nicknamed her the "Morganator." How will she fare in the game "Operation Rescue?" Can Dylan's dad discern what dance moves his two-year-old is busting in the game "Tiny Dancer?" Can three-year-old Blake's mom correctly predict how many soccer goals he can make with his dad coaching? Olivia is nearly four years old, but is she ready for the rigors of "Teacher's Pet," a game in which she needs to identify the school-related items her mom shows her?
Allison is nearly four years old, but can she master the game, "Wobbly Waiter?" How will little Peyton fare as he plays "Don't Peek" with his dad? Can Hudson's parents correctly predict how many cookies he can stack in "Stack 'Em," and will Bailey's parents be rolling in dough after she plays the game "TP Takeoff?"
Little Miller is almost three years old, but can he successfully navigate an obstacle course with a tall glass of water without spilling most of it? How will twins Charlie and Harrison react during "Get a Grip?" Will Dad Steelo correctly predict whether three-year-old Elijah can dunk balls into three buckets in 60 seconds? And can little Jaidyn mimic her Mom's impersonations? All the parents return for a high-stakes game of "Baby Talk." One lucky family moves on to try to break the piggy bank and win a 50,000 dollar college fund. Find out when Melissa Peterman (ABC Family's "Baby Daddy") hosts.
In the second season premiere, we meet 3-year old Nyla and her parents Calee and Arthur King who hope she'll pick up the phone within 6 rings to win 5,000 dollars in the game "Pickup Line." The Hahn triplets play "TP Takeoff." Four-year-old Rozlynn loves playing "Dress Up" with her mom Wanda Cohill while Grandma Tajee wagers on which costume her granddaughter will select. And 4-year-old A.J. Rodriguez plays "Peanut Putter," a mini-golf game, while mom Angela guesses how many holes in one he'll land. All the parents then guess the mystery word Melissa and their children are describing. One lucky family moves on to win a 50,000 dollar college fund.
A child plays a game of catch; parents predict how many soccer goals their little one will score; a child must remove toilet paper from a roll in one minute.
Twins unwrap as many presents as they can in one minute; predicting how many times a child can spin in 30 seconds; a child hits a ball from a tee.
A child tackles the TP Takeoff; parents try to guess which toy their child will choose; a young child plays Body of Work.
A baby participates in a dance challenge; parents guess how many times their child will spin around; a family smashes piggy banks.
A man tries to guess how many soccer goals his child can make; a child has 90 seconds to pick up toys; a baby tries to catch a beach ball.
Quadruplets navigate an obstacle course while carrying cups of water; parents try to predict which toy their child will choose; a toddle must blow milk bubbles out of her cup.
Parents guess how many toys their toddler will clean up in one minute, how many cookies a child can stack and which snacks they will choose to eat.
A boy tries to complete an obstacle course; a girl must name seven grocery items; a child plays a stacking game.
All parents think they know their baby well, but are they willing to bet on it? Find out when actress and working mom Melissa Peterman, star of ABC Family's "Baby Daddy," hosts the second season of this adorable and hilarious game show.
Bet On Your Baby is a new primetime game show in which parents try to predict their child's next move in an effort to win money for their child's future education.
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