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Re: dadness

Postby hylje on Sun Oct 08, 2017 1:26 am

I'LL TRY NOT TO!

And thanks!
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Re: dadness

Postby Janeway on Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:16 am

fuckin awesome dude, good job :)
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Re: dadness

Postby numberthirty on Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:12 am

Luzwei wrote:CONGRATS DAD!!! PLEASE DON'T KILL YOURSELF NOW!!!


I love my "Voivod" sig like few other things, but this is tempting.

Congrats to the new and soon to be moms and dads.
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Re: dadness

Postby hylje on Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:44 am

Babby got home yesterday. She's been pooped. We woke up several times to feed her, and now she is eating again. She was a bit tiny when she was born, so go on little babby, eat all you can eat! And sleep! The world is your buffet!

Damn. She's easily the best thing that has happened to me. And to the world, I'm sure.
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Re: dadness

Postby rgauss on Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:48 am

hylje wrote:Damn. She's easily the best thing that has happened to me. And to the world, I'm sure.

Congratulations! Having a child does that.
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Re: dadness

Postby rgauss on Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:51 am

How do I get this little fucker to stop swearing so much. God damn. Is it just a phase and I shouldn't worry about it?
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Re: dadness

Postby jimmy spako on Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:06 am

Congratulations and best wishes, flytox and hylje!
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Re: dadness

Postby the finger genius on Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:25 am

rgauss wrote:How do I get this little fucker to stop swearing so much. God damn. Is it just a phase and I shouldn't worry about it?
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What if it's not a phase and you still shouldn't worry about it.
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Re: dadness

Postby rgauss on Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:31 pm

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rgauss wrote:How do I get this little fucker to stop swearing so much. God damn. Is it just a phase and I shouldn't worry about it?
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What if it's not a phase and you still shouldn't worry about it.


Yeah, that's an option. I don't know that I have that big a problem with him swearing except when it's in an inappropriate venue (I feel the same for adults). A two year old doesn't know that it may not be a good idea to blurt out "fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck . . ." in a crowded restaurant. Knowing that is what we're trying to teach him. Ultimately, we need to curb our own profanity if we expect him to get a handle on it. Otherwise, he's a really polite kid (yes please, thank you, no thanks, etc. - I guess we're pretty old-fashioned parents). Thanks for the input.
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Re: dadness

Postby the finger genius on Mon Oct 23, 2017 4:53 am

Yeah, I'm mostly joking, I totally understand. Our five year old is now at the place where butts and poop are the funniest things in the world. He's not wrong, but getting him to understand that it's less funny to his teacher is a challenge.
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Re: dadness

Postby prowler on Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:37 am

welp, looks like i'll be joining the dadness club :) still early days (7 weeks) but hopefully it'll turn out well.

the gf is pretty set on a private clinic, after a few bad news stories with public maternities here... thing is, we want a natural birth, and these clinics tend to skew towards C-sections. Does anyone have advice on how not to get bamboozled into switching to a C-section? this BBC doco on Brazil got me paranoid.

also.. i seem to remember a few years ago someone (FMtmidgett?) recommending the best parenting book, was supposed to be written like a car owner's manual. I've already searched through this thread for book recommendations (found quite a few to check out, cheers!) but don't think i saw that particular one. Anyone know what it was?
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Re: dadness

Postby Model Citizen on Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:48 am

Congratulations!

Guessing you mean the Haynes Baby Manual? https://haynes.com/en-gb/baby-manual

All the best to your lady. My wife went all natural and did it without any drugs in a pool. We just made it clear what we wanted from the beginning but to be honest in Wales they preferred it like that, as natural as possible. Sorry can't really offer any good advice on that, sure someone else can chime in though.
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Re: dadness

Postby rgauss on Mon Oct 23, 2017 11:46 am

Congratulations!

I'll bet it's the Hayne's book. This one is pretty good too. It's one of about a half dozen that we used:

https://www.amazon.com/Baby-Owners-Manu ... 1594745978

We did a home birth with a mid-wife. It was great. It was sort of a package deal that included tons of pre-birth visits (they even drove two hours to our house) and many post-birth visits. After the delivery, they, the mid-wife and her assistants, made us soup and served it to us in bed. They also are set up to act as agents to the parents if you do end up at a hospital. Part of the benefit of a home birth is that being in a comfortable, familiar environment really reduces stress for the mom, and the dad.
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Re: dadness

Postby Major on Mon Oct 23, 2017 1:02 pm

rgauss wrote:How do I get this little fucker to stop swearing so much. God damn. Is it just a phase and I shouldn't worry about it?
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Cute kid. Please post some video. Little kids swearing are hilarious.

Mine are 12 and 13. Middle schoolers swearing are fucking infuriating.
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Re: dadness

Postby prowler on Tue Oct 24, 2017 1:41 pm

that looks like it, thanks Model Citizen & rgauss!

midwifing isn't legal here, unfortunately :? there are some off-the-grid midwives apparently, but they can't come with you to the hospital in case something happens, so we'd rather stay out of that...
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Re: dadness

Postby hylje on Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:04 pm

Congratulations Prowler! Having a kid is the bee's knees, apparently!

I guess most of the natural births are done with mid-wives in Finland. They have a doctor on call all the time, as well as the surgical team if they have to perform a C-section. C-section is always plan B or plan C here. I'm not sure if you can get C-section without some medical condition.
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Re: dadness

Postby Janeway on Tue Nov 07, 2017 4:19 pm

the best is when you're no longer a "new parent"

i do laugh because of my upbringing having to raise so many kids, its my joy to see the inital struggle cause idk, im not rooting for anyone to fil its the opposite, i love how its like omg wtf is this life? and then more babieswhich is just more discovery and ease with life experiences and then boom: you know who you are and its beautiful

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Re: dadness

Postby the finger genius on Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:33 am

Yesterday morning I was carrying my son into daycare on my shoulders (he's 5, probably won't be able to carry him this way much longer) and as we pass some new skyscrapers he started talking about being able to climb high like Spider Man when he's older (I think ten is his target age.)

I said, yes, you can climb higher, but remember, Spider Man isn't real, and if you climbed that high it would be dangerous. He took a minute, in deep thought, then...

"Dad, I'll marry a lady, someday when I'm a ninja
And do you know who the baby will be?
...
Spider man"
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Re: dadness

Postby offal on Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:10 pm

the finger genius wrote:Yesterday morning I was carrying my son into daycare on my shoulders (he's 5, probably won't be able to carry him this way much longer) and as we pass some new skyscrapers he started talking about being able to climb high like Spider Man when he's older (I think ten is his target age.)

I said, yes, you can climb higher, but remember, Spider Man isn't real, and if you climbed that high it would be dangerous. He took a minute, in deep thought, then...

"Dad, I'll marry a lady, someday when I'm a ninja
And do you know who the baby will be?
...
Spider man"


"someday when I'm a ninja"... Someday. When I'm a ninja. Incredible. Salut, the finger genius!

(And salut, other PRF parents! Sometimes this thread is sometimes my only hope that our future might not be irrevocably fucked!)
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Re: dadness

Postby yard barf on Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:23 pm

My 2 year old daughter has already gotten her 5th cold from daycare since September, and she has passed them all along to my wife and I. They've been dovetailing into each other. Unbelievable. I used to never get sick.
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