Discussion in 'General Chat' started by gdl203, Nov 10, 2008.
Congratulations. Now the real learning in your life begins.
congratulations!! beutiful. how big?
Thanks guys !
GT - Leo was 6 lbs and Sam was 5 lbs 5 oz at birth.
Mazaltov!! What a wonderful Hannukah gift you've received. Both my daughters were born on Hannukah (3 yrs apart) and it's a wonderful way to celebrate each year. Hope everyone is feeling well and adjusting.
As for the feelings: the euphoria slowly subsides but the joy never goes away as every day brings something new that makes you enjoy them even more - even if you thought that wasn't possible.
Meilleurs voeux de sante et bonheur pour les nouveaux venus dans la famille G.
no. went to my 8 year old's xmas concert and i could not have been more proud and happy.
Wow - what a ride! ... and it's only the start of it all.
Please say hi to Sam and Leo
Another question for seasoned fathers out there: does this feeling of joy ever go away?
They're not identical right?
Another piece of advice (from a son) is to really be their friend from the get go, rather than just the head of the household/provider that commands/demands respect. This kinda goes along with someone else's suggestion of being involved in all their activities.
awesome. Congratulations Greg and to Mrs DL203, and welcome to the world Sam and Leo
Congrats Greg, I'm really happy for you!!
Congratulations Greg. Good looking kids. Wish you all health and happiness
Congratulations and after 8 years the feeling still hasn't gone away.
Thanks all - I'll pass the welcome words to the boys.
EL - no they're not and they actually don't look much alike IRL. For the moment, Leo looks more asian and Sam looks more caucasian. - but their faces seem to change a little every day.
Congratulations! Nice big boys - now the fun starts....
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