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post #121 of 354
It's been said many times before, but Congratulations! That picture brings a smile to my face.

I'm pretty far away from being a father myself but I know my dad has said that having children is a tremendous blessing and now is looking forward to someday with grandkids, haha. I hope they stay happy and healthy!
post #122 of 354
Wow! Can't believe I missed this. Congratulations! Have you slept yet?
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Wow! Can't believe I missed this. Congratulations! Have you slept yet?

Oh I sleep fine. My wife and her mother on the other end are up 3 or 4 times a night.

Thanks When is Howard Yount starting a boys line?
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Tout mes vœux de bonheur et félicitations aux heureux parents.
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Tout mes vœux de bonheur et félicitations aux heureux parents.

Merci Fuuma
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Merci Fuuma

Can't believe I missed that. They look positively asian like most other newborn halfies I've seen, seing the outward display of their two heritage vary as they grow up will be a source of constant wonder. I'd be cool if they had some frizzy hair.
post #127 of 354
Handsome twins. Congratulations!!!
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Can't believe I missed that. They look positively asian like most other newborn halfies I've seen, seing the outward display of their two heritage vary as they grow up will be a source of constant wonder. I'd be cool if they had some frizzy hair.

Actually, they look very different and both an interesting mix of Asian and Caucasian:

- Leo has a much more Asian face, especially the eyes (everyone says he looks like his mom) but a pinkish skin tone like his father

- Sam has a more Caucasian face (apparently looks like me) but has his mom's olive skin tone and the Mongolian spot on his back.


They get along just fine (so far)
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Actually, they look very different and both an interesting mix of Asian and Caucasian:

- Leo has a much more Asian face, especially the eyes (everyone says he looks like his mom) but a pinkish skin tone like his father

- Sam has a more Caucasian face (apparently looks like me) but has his mom's olive skin tone and the Mongolian spot on his back.


They get along just fine (so far)

you will be very amused when you see them develop differnt personalities. with my twins, the one that looks less like me has a lot of my personality, and vice versa. it is very cool to watch develop. enjoy
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Oh I sleep fine. My wife and her mother on the other end are up 3 or 4 times a night.

Thanks When is Howard Yount starting a boys line?

Excellent. Nice that your wife's mother can help.

Ah, probably not for a long time. Although if I have a boy in a year or two, I'll probably have to do a tiny run of child's size knit ties.
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Ah, probably not for a long time. Although if I have a boy in a year or two, I'll probably have to do a tiny run of child's size knit ties.
Do it! There is high demand (well.. there is some demand) and no supply...
post #132 of 354
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Do it! There is high demand (well.. there is some demand) and no supply...

I wore bowties and v-neck jumpers when I was a kid, I assume there's a market.
post #133 of 354
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hi! congratulations!

i read this man's blogs and one of them is effective parenting: Parroting101

Thanks!

This article is so bad that I officially added his blog to my do-not-read list. ugh
post #134 of 354
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Bumping my thread to ask the fathers of twins (and others) for recommendations for a travel playpen/cot. Need something for the nany to occasionally put both boys in, but more often one while taking care of the other one or something else.

Looked at the Baby Bjorn that looks great, light and so easy to fold/unfold. But clearly too small for two monsters. The Graco Pack n Play are a nightmare to operate/fold and weigh 30 lbs - who travels with something that heavy? The Graco square playard looks just light enough and maybe just big enough for two?

I'm lost - need help
post #135 of 354
Very beautiful children
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