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Forgive my hyperbole, Pliny. I made it sound more exhausting than it is. I just notice how much less energy and flexibility I have now than I did 10 years ago is all. As for the wisdom, I hope so. I certainly have much more patience now than I did in my 20s. Again, none of my business, but just imagine how good looking your progeny would be, let alone how stylish.   +1000I wish I were younger for my kids, but I also really enjoyed most of the 38 years that preceded them...
My oldest uncle was 10 years older than my grandfather...no joke. I was 38 and 41 when my children were born, so I will be 63 when my daughter graduates college and I feel it everyday. I've said it many times, fatherhood is a young man's game. "Run with me, Daddy" But as Mimo said, it's awesome (especially when they go to bed).
I forgot about Tangled. I like that one too. Is it odd that my son wants to be Rainbow Dash and wants my wife to play Pinky Pie and me Apple Jack? 
Frozen has grown on me (Do you want to build a snowman? It doesnt have to be a snowman), but I prefer Brave. The Incredibles is great. My son can't get into Jungle Book or Dumbo though, which I find a shame. 
I dont know what all the fuss is about. I've watched Frozen, Brave, Cars, Cars 2, Planes, Mulan, Mulan 2, Little Mermaid, The Incredibles, How to Train Your Dragon, Room on the Broom, The Gruffalo's Child, and countless other animated movies DOZENS of times each. I would take that over any more Barney, Caillou, and Sesame Street any and every day of the week. I can't wait until my son is old enough to enjoy going to the movies. I've heard great things about the Lego Movie...
It will look fine.
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