It's a Girl
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03-02-2006, 08:09 AM
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I kinda worried it'd be a girl (we held off on knowing till it was really late).
I'm going to be such a jerk.
I'm happy, though it really hasn't sunk in yet. I'm getting used to it all, and frankly babies in general. I was the youngest of 6, so there were never really any younger than me and I've never really been a baby holding type.
My wife on the other hand was the second oldest of 6 so she's got it down pat.
But it's been great. There's probably nothing quite like hearing your child's first sound in the delivery room.
And my father a former marine, retired business Executive, one of the toughest men I've ever met in my life (66 years years old and he'd still probably knock me on my butt), with tears in his eyes.
It really is a neat experience. But I'm still getting used to it all.
It's a weird feeling. A great feeling, but a weird one.
"kinda worried it'd be a girl (we held off on knowing till it was really late)."
Don't be. Girls are cool. She'll never be to old to be your baby girl. Can you imagine a 25-30 year old son giving you a big hug and kiss and then sitting on your lap? If you can, go see a psychiatrist
"I'm going to be such a jerk."
"There's probably nothing quite like hearing your child's first sound in the delivery room."
Well, that experience is a bit overrated. What..."moved" me was the large, mucus and blood dripping mongoloid head evacuating my wife's vagina. Sex has never been the same.
"It really is a neat experience."
Until she's mobile. Then it's a does-this-child-ever-sit-still experience.
Hehehehe, seriously though, congratulations. Being a dad is the best job. It's a fun and rewarding experience. Cherish every second of it because they grow up fast.
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