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post #76 of 97
You are never really ready, so start now. Best thing imaginable. I started at 29 and now regret waiting.
post #77 of 97
40...

Right age for me.
Edited by lasbar - 6/25/12 at 5:38am
post #78 of 97
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40...
Right age for me.

Twins, right? I had my twins at 44. A bit late, I suppose, but whatever. Had my first kid at 36.
post #79 of 97
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Twins, right? I had my twins at 44. A bit late, I suppose, but whatever. Had my first kid at 36.

We're knackered...smile.gif

They are 3 now and can't stop fighting..

I don't have the same stamina than 10 years ago but i'm far wiser and patient..
post #80 of 97
It's great that they both have an affinity for fighting !

One of my boys always wants to fight, pushes and hits his brother, while the other just takes it, runs and comes crying to us. Not that I want to see any of my kids hurt, but I cheer for him to push back and stand up for himself - but it's not in his nature yet.
post #81 of 97
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It's great that they both have an affinity for fighting !
One of my boys always wants to fight, pushes and hits his brother, while the other just takes it, runs and comes crying to us. Not that I want to see any of my kids hurt, but I cheer for him to push back and stand up for himself - but it's not in his nature yet.

Actually the girl is the most aggressive one..

She's possessive , manipulative and aggressive..

Joshua is more laid back and relax ..
post #82 of 97
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It's great that they both have an affinity for fighting !
One of my boys always wants to fight, pushes and hits his brother, while the other just takes it, runs and comes crying to us. Not that I want to see any of my kids hurt, but I cheer for him to push back and stand up for himself - but it's not in his nature yet.

I recommend karate for the both of them. The one who likes fighting will learn control...the other one will learn techniques to give him confidence. Expect a lot of tears through the process though. My boy started at 5.
post #83 of 97
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I recommend karate for the both of them. The one who likes fighting will learn control...the other one will learn techniques to give him confidence. Expect a lot of tears through the process though. My boy started at 5.

We do not do gay sports in my family...

My son will play rugby asap and my girl will do gymnastics or ballet or the inverse...
post #84 of 97
Have him learn breaking. Or mma
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We do not do gay sports in my family...
My son will play rugby asap and my girl will do gymnastics or ballet or the inverse...

16
post #86 of 97

i don't have children now.But i am 24.i plan to have a baby in about three years.Both boys and girls are ok!I love kids!

post #87 of 97
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It's great that they both have an affinity for fighting !
One of my boys always wants to fight, pushes and hits his brother, while the other just takes it, runs and comes crying to us. Not that I want to see any of my kids hurt, but I cheer for him to push back and stand up for himself - but it's not in his nature yet.

I completely identify with this but the nature vs. nurture debate, at least for me, isn't even close. My experience with my children is that it's about 99% nature that guides behavior. Once I came to realize this I stopped trying to change them and focused on giving them as many opportunities to find a passion as possible. I had mine when I was 31 and 33 and I'll echo the opinion that there's never a right time.
post #88 of 97
oh, as a father of fraternal twins I'm 100% with you on nature vs nurture. It's an eye-opening experience to see two little guys experiencing exactly the same things, eating and drinking the same food, hearing the same stuff, being surrounded by the same people, and very quickly turning out to have very different personalities. It's in the blood
post #89 of 97
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oh, as a father of fraternal twins I'm 100% with you on nature vs nurture. It's an eye-opening experience to see two little guys experiencing exactly the same things, eating and drinking the same food, hearing the same stuff, being surrounded by the same people, and very quickly turning out to have very different personalities. It's in the blood

my wife is a twin.

VERY different fro her sister. I used to hate her sister deeply, but now shes good.
post #90 of 97
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my wife is a twin.
VERY different fro her sister. I used to hate her sister deeply, but now shes good.

Did you ever think about bedding her too ?nod[1].gif

Just to lower the tone..
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