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For those of you thinking about having your first child

I will break the code and tell you the truth, it's a living hell. Since all the other parents tell you how wonderful and how great it is, and especially everything changes the first moment you lay eyes on your newborn, did you ever notice they stop right there and never tell you what changes? Thats because if we finished that sentence man would stop populating the earth in one generation. Offer to babysit someones 2 or 3 month old for a week so they can go on vacation, No they will not argue with you, if fact you better make sure your ready to catch the baby, as they will be gone like smoke a split second after that. If after this week you still feel like a baby is the thing for you, you have my blessing and my admiration.




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my mom always told me to get a new puppy whenever i decide i want to have a baby lol if you cant handle a puppy ya shouldnt have a kid she always said...a few yrs ago in wi my neighbors had identical triplet boys so for a few months straight i was over there feeding and entertaining little ppl lol
in closing no little ones for me for a while lol
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LOL, I have a 3 year old golden retriever that I raised from 8 weeks old, that dog is a saint. I figured how hard could a kid be, right?

Oh and I'm typing this as I'm listening to my daughter who is purple right now screaming at the top of her lungs for the 3rd hour straight. Somebody kill me please




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LOL, I have a 3 year old golden retriever that I raised from 8 weeks old, that dog is a saint. I figured how hard could a kid be, right?
lmao....i just got my pup a few weeks ago and the first couple nights were rough but then i started covering her crate and she slept through the night....and shes pretty much potty trained at 12 weeks old so i really cant complain lol the shelter said yellow lab but the vet thinks she has a lil golden in her either way great breeds and shes growing so fast!!!! Shes gonna be a big doggy lol I will stick with a dog lol
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I will stick with a dog lol
Smart woman!

I am getting my shit snipped very soon, I cant risk ever having another kid. this is nuts. and to think we tried for a year and a half to put ourselves in this position. Talk about a WTF were we thinking moment!!!




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you'r about 6 months too late to give me this info. thanks for nothing!!!!



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I hear you Tony. I babysat my three month old nephew for a day and I almost lost my mind. I couldn't imagine doing that 24/7. I told my sister I like being an uncle cause I can give him back . Good luck, just like this little guy, he gets better as he gets older. At least he goes to sleep at night now like a normal human . They told me they had to take shifts rocking him to sleep at night for the first few months .

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you'r about 6 months too late to give me this info. thanks for nothing!!!!


Sorry dude. Seriously, I feel for ya.




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I hear you Tony. I babysat my three month old nephew for a day and I almost lost my mind. I couldn't imagine doing that 24/7. I told my sister I like being an uncle cause I can give him back . Good luck, just like this little guy, he gets better as he gets older. At least he goes to sleep at night now like a normal human . They told me they had to take shifts rocking him to sleep at night for the first few months .
lol it is nice to hang out w the little ones but its awesome to be able to hand em back to mommy and daddy...my best friend is due in april maybe he/she will share my bday or its mommies lol
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you'r about 6 months too late to give me this info. thanks for nothing!!!!


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Just wait!!

When she gets going mobile then you are really going to feel wiped. My 18 month old climbs and opens everything.

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When she gets going mobile then you are really going to feel wiped. My 18 month old climbs and opens everything.
+1 you got no complaints now. My 2.5 year old can think and act on her own. She can tell me that she doesn't want to do what I tell her to, and in fact has already volunteered to stay by herself at the house while my wife and I leave. Her favorite saying right now is "are you kidding me?" I also have to watch my mouth cause she repeats every word I say and knows the best time to do so, and I can't watch any of my favorite programs til she is asleep because of the same. Any body thinking of having children you can babysit my daughter for an hour or 2 I won't even force you to go a full day. You will change your mind.


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That being said she is the best thing that has happened to me. TRUE STORY!
There is one thing about parents I don't understand yet. At some point do they give us a card and make us recite that till we believe it? cause right now I'm thinking I could have got another golden and another Ducati and been 1000 times happier.




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Ugh!

My life is done. I want a do over




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im going to save all these daughter threads and scrapbook them to give to tonys daughter when shes older

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There is one thing about parents I don't understand yet. At some point do they give us a card and make us recite that till we believe it? cause right now I'm thinking I could have got another golden and another Ducati and been 1000 times happier.
Nah it happens when they are old enough to talk and they look in your eyes and say I love you, or your my best friend. You just melt at that point and forget about all the problems or how much this costs you. Until they get under your skin again then it starts over.

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im going to save all these daughter threads and scrapbook them to give to tonys daughter when shes older
She is sooooo gonna pay for this. She better be planning on putting herself through law school and buying dad a ferrari. Cause short of that, I dont see how this is worth it.




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She is sooooo gonna pay for this. She better be planning on putting herself through law school and buying dad a ferrari. Cause short of that, I dont see how this is worth it.

you better start her college fund now if you don't want to sell your 18 years old multistrada to pay off her student loans

I have a 6-years old and still somehow got another one, 7-months-old at the moment. and the funniest thing is that my wife is against having a dog cause of a huge responsibility and commitment.
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There's a reason parents don't ever talk about this... WE BLOCK IT OUT!!! Try dealing with that noise on your own without a freaking second away!!

Just wait Tony, it gets better... pretty soon they crawl and want to get into EVERYTHING... then they go immediately into running at full speed! Yeah, that's fun at a store when you are chasing them down the aisles! Then you get the terrible two's which shouldn't be called that because it's more like terrible 18 months to 4 years old. Then you have to deal with the god awful tamper tantrums and serious attitude problems!! I'd say that the past year has been the best so far... Now that she's about to turn 6, I'm hoping it gets even better...

As much as it totally sucks at times and you have those days or weeks that you wanna give up, it still rocks. There is nothing better than getting the biggest hug ever from your little one... when you have a bad day and you are sad and your little one comes up and hugs you sooo hard, it makes everything better! Hang in there, it's worth it... I promise!

I'm actually really wanting another baby right now...

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You guys must have ESP, they just advertised a new program on NBC, "Baby Borrowers" where they give couples contemplating having kids a baby, then a toddler, then a pre-teen, then a teenager. The woman in the preview made the comment that she'd rather be single with no kids for the rest of her life, than have kids (after going through the 4 phases). Program airs in a couple weeks. My sister in FL just had a baby and I went to help for 10 days. It was sure nice and quiet coming home.
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My 5 year old cut her own hair today, for the 3rd time, I guess she thought it was too long.

On better news, the 2yo went potty on the toilet all day!

Tony, it gets easier as far as the physical demands go. Just wait until they get smarter.

And you should give your daughter a brother or sister, they can babysit eachother, or kill....

We lost the older one in Costco one day. She took off running, her mom decided it was funny, while I was pushing the cart. They found her near the entrance trying to leave.

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My 5 year old cut her own hair today, for the 3rd time, I guess she thought it was too long.

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My daughter has done that a few times too... She did it a few months ago and decided to cut all of her bangs off and left these little spikey things that stuck straight up. Best part was that it was the day before school pictures. Ugh!

Anyone had to deal with their child saying how much they hate them and want to live with the other parent??? That is the worst thing I've dealt with yet.

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Just wait!!

When she gets going mobile then you are really going to feel wiped. My 18 month old climbs and opens everything.
That's because she is fearless because you made her middle name Danger!! I still can't believe how fast time flies. I still remember you posting she about her birth.

I can't complain. I think my girl knew it was just me and her so she is heaven sent. I did not have any colic and such problems. She cries only when there is a problem or she is tired. She is about to be 1 and still takes 2 2hours naps a day and goes to sleep from about 7pm - 7am. She is a lil miss independant and has never been clingy. She is outgoing and goes to other people without any problems. The only complaint is that I wish I could find a sitter. I tried the local collages and the min these kids want is $13/hr. What happen to the kids you could pay $5/hr???

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