Recieved good news.

#1
After a bloody shite start to the week, I finally good some good news.

I'm going to be a pappa again. Is it normal to feel apprehensive, even though you already have a kid? The thought of starting all over again, has me apprehensive, with my wee lad being 4 years old.
 
#2
run run away and don't look back ;-)
 
#3
After a bloody shite start to the week, I finally good some good news.

I'm going to be a pappa again. Is it normal to feel apprehensive, even though you already have a kid? The thought of starting all over again, has me apprehensive, with my wee lad being 4 years old.
Congratulations mate
 
#6
is it catching? two women at work are just off on maternity leave, another just announced she is expecting her first, then another friend e-mailed to say she is expecting their second!
 
#8
If you drop enough subtle hints, the wee lad might leave a roller-skate at the top of the stairs. Well worth the cost of Haribo, if you ask me.
 
#9
Congrats mate. Can't wait till mine grow up and fuckoff to be honest.
Thats why I was apprehensive, I had him 4 years closer to moving out, now I'm going to start all over. I'll have to plaster the wall and start counting to freedom day all over again.
 
#12
After a bloody shite start to the week, I finally good some good news.

I'm going to be a pappa again. Is it normal to feel apprehensive, even though you already have a kid? The thought of starting all over again, has me apprehensive, with my wee lad being 4 years old.
I'd be apprehensive if I was you to. You fucking hate your Doris so it can't be yours for a start!

Mines 14 in July and the little fucker is 5 foot fucking 6 inches. I worry about forearm smashing him for not putting towels back straight on the rail in case the big lump clumps me back. Handy for sending to the shops for one cigs though.

Congratulations
 
#15
Can't really congratulate you until about 6 weeks after its born.

Even with good scans, clear footage and a faultless birth, it could still be blind or deaf.

Always the optimist :)
 
#16
Can't really congratulate you until about 6 weeks after its born.

Even with good scans, clear footage and a faultless birth, it could still be blind or deaf.
Looking on the bright side.
It would deffo be mine, I must have been blind when I met her and I never hear her speaking....
 
#18
After a bloody shite start to the week, I finally good some good news.

I'm going to be a pappa again. Is it normal to feel apprehensive, even though you already have a kid? The thought of starting all over again, has me apprehensive, with my wee lad being 4 years old.



Is it your's though?

If you think it isn't i can understand your feelings of apprehension.

Just a thought.
 
#19
Mines 14 in July and the little fucker is 5 foot fucking 6 inches.
Congratulations
Pfft...No1 son is 6ft 3 and 16....his dad, however, is 5ft 6!! Now he's a good lad, but I can't WAIT for the first time he rebels against his dad (who can be a bit of an arse)! I wants to watch I does!!
 
#20
Is it your's though?

If you think it isn't i can understand your feelings of apprehension.

Just a thought.
You never have trepidation like that when you are secure in the knowledge that she is a faithful one man woman.

Of course, it helps a lot when you keep her locked up in the cellar, ball gagged and chained to the wall.
 

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