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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:40 AM

Hello everyone. Just wanted to share my news that I'm going to become a father! I found out earlier today and am every excited about this! We have been trying for over a year (15 months) and it finally took.

So this will be a father topic. If you are a father, share you experiences, etc.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:41 AM

Good Job, and congrats!

My son was just born a week ago Today!

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:42 AM

Congrats smile.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:43 AM

I'm not a father. I am however a daddy.





A sugar daddy.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:45 AM

Congratulations. icon14.gif

I am a Father.

Well, now that you are excited I would like to ask you a question.

Are you rested up?

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:45 AM

Well congratulations there G. Play some more Moola to support that kid even though you make $125k a year tounge.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 04:47 AM Edited by Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus, 13 December 2007 - 04:53 AM.

Nice! icon14.gif What are you going to name it?

If it's a girl, I definitely think you should name her Lovecloud. tounge.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:02 AM

Lol lovecloud.

HGF: Really? How old?

@XN22: Iknew as soon as i saw daddy that you would say sugar daddy colgate.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:07 AM

QUOTE (GTA3Rockstar @ Dec 13 2007, 04:45)
Well congratulations there G. Play some more Moola to support that kid even though you make $125k a year tounge.gif


Haha thanks man. I have been studying for the CCIE test though, so if I get that certification then there will really be no need for moola tounge.gif

QUOTE (Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus @ Dec 13 2007, 04:47)
What are you going to name it?


If it is a boy, then I am going to name him after my grandfather who fought and died in the winter war: Jaska. If it is a girl, I go and cry.

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 04:45)
Well, now that you are excited I would like to ask you a question.

Are you rested up?


Heh, I have never been and never will be. Doubt this will change that too much. tounge.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:14 AM

QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 00:02)
HGF: Really? How old?


Yes, really and gender and age I don't share online, sorry.

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Heh, I have never been and never will be. Doubt this will change that too much. 


My point is close....Your sleeping days are over but you will get naps once in a while if you get all your chores and work done. biggrin.gif

Seriously, you will get to catch up sleep when your dead because the next 25.75 years are not your own any longer. And just think if all goes well when your sleep should finally return you'll probrably be a Grand Parent. lol.gif icon14.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:22 AM

QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 05:02)


@XN22: Iknew as soon as i saw daddy that you would say sugar daddy colgate.gif

I'm also a mack daddy, a pimp daddy, and yo baby daddy.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:30 AM

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 01:14)
QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 00:02)
HGF: Really? How old?


Yes, really and gender and age I don't share online, sorry.

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Heh, I have never been and never will be. Doubt this will change that too much. 


My point is close....Your sleeping days are over but you will get naps once in a while if you get all your chores and work done. biggrin.gif

Seriously, you will get to catch up sleep when your dead because the next 25.75 years are not your own any longer. And just think if all goes well when your sleep should finally return you'll probrably be a Grand Parent. lol.gif icon14.gif

Well how old were you, HGF, when your baby was born? tounge.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 05:34 AM

QUOTE (lurchseesu420 @ Dec 13 2007, 00:30)
QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 01:14)
QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 00:02)
HGF: Really? How old?


Yes, really and gender and age I don't share online, sorry.

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Heh, I have never been and never will be. Doubt this will change that too much. 


My point is close....Your sleeping days are over but you will get naps once in a while if you get all your chores and work done. biggrin.gif

Seriously, you will get to catch up sleep when your dead because the next 25.75 years are not your own any longer. And just think if all goes well when your sleep should finally return you'll probrably be a Grand Parent. lol.gif icon14.gif

Well how old were you, HGF, when your baby was born? tounge.gif

Nice try. Over 26 and under 33 years of age when my kid was born. tounge2.gif

And I didn't give birth to the baby my wife did.....but I was in the room and I experienced a feeling I had not in years the moment my child was born.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:04 AM

I could be a step dad, but I don't think I'm ready for that... whatsthat.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:07 AM

Yey, congrats xD
Babies are cute, but I hear they give a lot of work. Make sure you educate him/her good =)

@HGF: I find it so funny how some parents are overprotective about their kids on the internet, by not saying their gender and specially their age xD

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:09 AM

QUOTE (Saget @ Dec 13 2007, 06:07)
@HGF: I find it so funny how some parents are overprotective about their kids on the internet, by not saying their gender and specially their age xD

If you've watched "To Catch a Predator" on Dateline, you would know why they're "overprotective"


On-Topic- Congratulations.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:12 AM Edited by HolyGrenadeFrenzy, 13 December 2007 - 06:17 AM.

QUOTE (Saget @ Dec 13 2007, 01:07)
@HGF: I find it so funny how some parents are overprotective about their kids on the internet, by not saying their gender and specially their age xD

It should be only a matter of safety if it is warranted which sometimes it is yet here in the states the Law can come up against you for revealing such data at times so to protect your family from strangers and Big Brother who is looking over your back it is just best to be wise about it.

Not kidding......in some states they can take your kid just for revealing data and sharing photos and such. I am not going to freaking risk it.

Ssshhh* I won't give them a rope to hang me with but.... Down with Big Brother !* & there you have it.

I also have some bad people whom I have encountered and countered, enemies if you will, so I don't even want to take any risks and I don't mean internet rivalries either.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:27 AM

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 04:12)
QUOTE (Saget @ Dec 13 2007, 01:07)
@HGF: I find it so funny how some parents are overprotective about their kids on the internet, by not saying their gender and specially their age xD

It should be only a matter of safety if it is warranted which sometimes it is yet here in the states the Law can come up against you for revealing such data at times so to protect your family from strangers and Big Brother who is looking over your back it is just best to be wise about it.

Not kidding......in some states they can take your kid just for revealing data and sharing photos and such. I am not going to freaking risk it.

Ssshhh* I won't give them a rope to hang me with but.... Down with Big Brother !* & there you have it.

I also have some bad people whom I have encountered and countered, enemies if you will, so I don't even want to take any risks and I don't mean internet rivalries either.

Uh... k, it's your choice, I was just pointing it out bored.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:37 AM Edited by HolyGrenadeFrenzy, 13 December 2007 - 06:40 AM.

QUOTE (Saget @ Dec 13 2007, 01:27)
Uh... k, it's your choice, I was just pointing it out bored.gif

There is cool, Saget.

I wish it was all about choice though.

Unfortunately it is not......it is also about legislation and changing policy as well as safety for the family.

If it were just about safety for the family I would be much happier about it.

Learn the Laws in you area in regards to children before you have kids and pay attention because in some places it can change very quickly.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 06:44 AM

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 19:37)
QUOTE (Saget @ Dec 13 2007, 01:27)
Uh... k, it's your choice, I was just pointing it out bored.gif

There is cool, Saget.

I wish it was all about choice though.

Unfortunately it is not......it is also about legislation and changing policy as well as safety for the family.

If it were just about safety for the family I would be much happier about it.

Learn the Laws in you area in regards to children before you have kids and pay attention because in some places it can change very quickly.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:11 AM

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 01:34)
QUOTE (lurchseesu420 @ Dec 13 2007, 00:30)
QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 01:14)
QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 00:02)
HGF: Really? How old?


Yes, really and gender and age I don't share online, sorry.

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Heh, I have never been and never will be. Doubt this will change that too much. 


My point is close....Your sleeping days are over but you will get naps once in a while if you get all your chores and work done. biggrin.gif

Seriously, you will get to catch up sleep when your dead because the next 25.75 years are not your own any longer. And just think if all goes well when your sleep should finally return you'll probrably be a Grand Parent. lol.gif icon14.gif

Well how old were you, HGF, when your baby was born? tounge.gif

Nice try. Over 26 and under 33 years of age when my kid was born. tounge2.gif

And I didn't give birth to the baby my wife did.....but I was in the room and I experienced a feeling I had not in years the moment my child was born.

Damnit. You found a flaw in my joke. I understand why you're concerned though. I mean I sure as hell wouldn't give one damn detail about my kids so some sick f*ck like myself. devil.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:18 AM

QUOTE (guilty.by.association @ Dec 13 2007, 00:44)
i wish i had a dad

Not sure about your situation, but I'd like to take this chance to put my 2 cents in on the subject of dead beat dads.

They f*cking piss me off. Assholes who can't take responsibility and grow up, and take care of their child (or children). It's ridiculous how often I hear about people who either hate their fathers or that never see their father because he ran off. It's crap. I for one would never run away from such a responsibility, and I damn sure would never be a bad or irresponsible father. I'll do everything I can to make my kid(s) life as good as possible and treat them with the respect they deserve. All these dead beat dads have no excuse, it's all a lack of taking care of what you have to. Most of them are probably drunks who live in the sh*tty part of town in a sh*tty dirty apartment.

/end rant

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:19 AM Edited by HolyGrenadeFrenzy, 13 December 2007 - 07:28 AM.

Parenting can be tough. You bring children into the world then they pick up habits and not just your own but a myriad of things and their own opinions and soon you realize that anything cool you had in genetics that they have gotten honestly you want them to use and out acheive you.

Unless you are an idiot.....Example below:

"Al Gore discovers porn in the Internet's room!" biggrin.gif

Yes even adoption can be full of surprises especially if your an idiot. lol.gif

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In regards to being a parent.....learn from your parents mistakes and your own if you can and figure out what you want to teach them. In short, to quote my great grandfather on my mother's side,"If you want your grandchildren to not be raised in some particualar way and rather a different way than you were raised then the chance you have to insure this is with your own children for that is were it begins."

My Great Grandfather was a wise man IMO. icon14.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:29 AM

I want pics from the night of conception, else I call bullsh*t. tounge.gif




Congratulations, that's awesome! Remember to hit your kid when it gets out of line. tounge2.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:31 AM

QUOTE (TheRoper @ Dec 13 2007, 03:29)
I want pics from the night of conception, else I call bullsh*t. tounge.gif




Congratulations, that's awesome! Remember to hit your kid when it gets out of line. tounge2.gif

I second that. Shifty41s_beerhatsmilie2.gif

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:35 AM

QUOTE (HolyGrenadeFrenzy @ Dec 13 2007, 05:19)
Parenting can be tough. You bring children into the world then they pick up habits and not just your own but a myriad of things and their own opinions and soon you realize that anything cool you had in genetics that they have gotten honestly you want them to use and out acheive you.

Unless you are an idiot.....Example below:

"Al Gore discovers porn in the Internet's room!" biggrin.gif

Yes even adoption can be full of surprises especially if your an idiot. lol.gif

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In regards to being a parent.....learn from your parents mistakes and your own if you can and figure out what you want to teach them. In short, to quote my great grandfather on my mother's side,"If you want your grandchildren to not be raised in some particualar way and rather a different way than you were raised then the chance you have to insure this is with your own children for that is were it begins."

My Great Grandfather was a wise man IMO. icon14.gif

I agree with your great grandfather. I found that out by myself, by listening to my mom's advices and by seeing other families. There are some things about raising kids that I find REALLY wrong, that I've seen people do and that I would never do to my kids. Some things that even my parents did, which weren't that bad but... I just don't agree. Of course I still have some years ahead and my opinion might change, but that's how I think right now.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 08:09 AM

Well, I always hear this "my child is out of control, what can I do?" And I believe a solution to this is to go back in time and raise your child right. I firmly believe that a child is not born with evil engraved into their mind, or any of that. I believe they become "evil" as a result of their parent's actions/inactions. A thing I know a lot of children don't have is a parent to be around a lot. I will be spending a lot of time with my son, he will be the most important thing in my life, not my job, not my house.. my son.

I know that most of you say it is impractical to make such assumptions, but I have very flexible work hours working at the ISP I do. This is probably the main reason I took that job.

One thing I hope is that I raise my child better than my aunt raised me (probably a goal of every father), and I have very throughly thought this through, and wrote it down. I promise this isn't a well thought out action. Me and my wife sat down and talked about this and made a general outline of what to do for about 3 months, before trying to get pregnant, and created a fund well before then which already has a very large amount of money in for our child.

Also to note (though some of you may not like this), I am an atheist, and will be raising my child without religion. Not to teach my child that religion is bad and God does not exist, but have my child process the data and make his own choices. This I think is a very important thing, because it gets children thinking logically at a very young age, which I believe will result in logical thinking throughout their lifetime.

One more thing, I will be teaching my child math at a very young age. Lots and lots of math. I love math smile.gif hopefully, he will too. Try and start calculus at age 9 or so.

Thanks for all of the positive replies so far. This is something my wife and I have really wanted to experience and it is becoming reality.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 08:41 AM

well, I am not a father yet (I want to be some day), but a friend of mine from way back found out she was pregnant, and I got to be godfather.

I'll make 'em an offer they can't refuse.

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Posted 13 December 2007 - 08:48 AM

QUOTE (G twenty-nine @ Dec 13 2007, 01:09)
Well, I always hear this "my child is out of control, what can I do?" And I believe a solution to this is to go back in time and raise your child right. I firmly believe that a child is not born with evil engraved into their mind, or any of that. I believe they become "evil" as a result of their parent's actions/inactions. A thing I know a lot of children don't have is a parent to be around a lot. I will be spending a lot of time with my son, he will be the most important thing in my life, not my job, not my house.. my son.

I know that most of you say it is impractical to make such assumptions, but I have very flexible work hours working at the ISP I do. This is probably the main reason I took that job.

One thing I hope is that I raise my child better than my aunt raised me (probably a goal of every father), and I have very throughly thought this through, and wrote it down. I promise this isn't a well thought out action. Me and my wife sat down and talked about this and made a general outline of what to do for about 3 months, before trying to get pregnant, and created a fund well before then which already has a very large amount of money in for our child.

Also to note (though some of you may not like this), I am an atheist, and will be raising my child without religion. Not to teach my child that religion is bad and God does not exist, but have my child process the data and make his own choices. This I think is a very important thing, because it gets children thinking logically at a very young age, which I believe will result in logical thinking throughout their lifetime.

One more thing, I will be teaching my child math at a very young age. Lots and lots of math. I love math smile.gif hopefully, he will too. Try and start calculus at age 9 or so.

Thanks for all of the positive replies so far. This is something my wife and I have really wanted to experience and it is becoming reality.

That's awesome man, I'm sure you'll be a great dad.

You can start before it even comes out, BTW. I plan on talking and playing music for my kid while it's still in the oven. After that, the first 3 years are VERY important, use them wisely. Math, logic, music, awareness are all key.


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Posted 13 December 2007 - 08:55 AM

Congrats man. Everyone needs a father, and a mother. Hope all goes well.




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