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6 Reasons Why Baby Daddy’s Danny & Riley Are Going to Be the Best Parents

Baby Daddy returns to Freeform tonight after a much-too-long hiatus, with Danny and Riley’s baby-on-the-way taking center stage. Diley shippers have long been waiting for a happily ever after that seems within reach now that the pair is expecting. And I have no doubt that they’re going to be the most amazing parents.

1. They’re fiercely protective of each other.

To say this baby is lucky to have Danny and Riley as parents is an understatement. You know that the loyal and protective nature of their relationship will carry over to the relationship they have with their baby.

2. This is meant to be.

I’ve always believed Danny and Riley are endgame, and this little bundle of joy confirms that. Diley forever!

3. Everything they’ve been through has prepared them for this.

Danny and Riley have been through so much—hiding their feelings for each other, breaking up and the whole Ben thing. If they can handle all of that, they can handle being parents.

4. They’ve had practice with Emma.

Nothing can prepare you for becoming a parent…unless you’ve already been like a parent to someone else’s child. Danny and Riley stepped up to help Ben raise Emma and got plenty of practice for their own child in the process.

5. They have a great support system.

You know the Wheelers (plus Tucker!) are going to give Danny and Riley’s kid as much love and support as they’ve given Emma over the years.

6. They’re best friends first.

No matter where they’ve been romantically, Danny and Riley have always been best friends. There’s no better foundation—not only are they partners in life, they’ll be partners in parenting.

Baby Daddy airs on Freeform Mondays at 8:30/7:30c!

Erin was previously the Entertainment Editor of Her Campus. She graduated from Belmont University in 2015, where she studied English and Elementary Education. Before joining the team full-time, she was a national contributing blogger, viral content writer and editorial intern at HC. In addition to her work for Her Campus, Erin was formerly an editorial assistant at Nfocus Magazine and has been published by HelloGiggles and Man Repeller. In her free time, you can find Erin falling for yet another TV boyfriend (her long list of ex-lovers includes Nathan Scott, Chuck Bass and Pacey Witter, to name a few), reading chick lit and/or celeb memoirs and hanging with her puppy/soulmate, Cooper.
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