in the last few years I've gotten a lot of "living things" in my house, a girlfriend, a cat, a dog, a second cat, ...
but now, I'm proud to announce that a new person
(as of this point yet of unknown gender and a name veiled by the utmost secrecy)
is expected to make it's way out of the holy womb
("Heil baby" if anyone saw that episode from Married with Children)
We've been well on our way for 7 months now (expected date = 02/05/2013)
and eventhough I've had tons of information and preperation,
I recently encountered some more info I wasn't prepared for,
and from what family and friends keep telling me, there'll always be a lot more things I wasn't aware off.
Having said so, for the people that had kids, how did your life changed the most?
Specifically during the pregnancy, the first weeks/months after birth, and then your life ever since?
And if possible, about as many topics: personality change, social contact, personal time off, physical appearance, ...?
Just trying to get the most ideas possible about best/worst case scenario's,
seeing how some people try to force me into a goodie good daddy life, while others say everything will be ruined,
some say I will be a wrack of misery while others say I will glow with happiness,
and eventhough I'm guessing it'll be something in between, I'm kind freaked out about what will really happen to me.
It's going to feel like the hardest work imaginable, for both of you, but be strict with yourself and remind yourself it's a magical time.
Before you know it, it will be behind you and you'll wonder where the time went but in May this year you're going to forget what a good night's sleep feels like.
Dude, I wish it was my thread. It's getting late in the game for me, so I better find someone to woodpecker or I'll infiltrate a sperm bank. This hair loss isn't getting cured unless the bible stories are true, and most of the women at work make a lot more money than I do [dooooooooooooooooooooomed].
Dude, I wish it was my thread. It's getting late in the game for me, so I better find someone to woodpecker or I'll infiltrate a sperm bank.
Be honest though. The only thing holding you down is your willingness to really put yourself out there and work for it. The single women aren't hiding under rocks but they also don't magically fall out of the sky and into your lap either (although I confess that would be pretty sweet).