Post by atomicgimenez on Apr 22, 2008 16:33:51 GMT 8
The last thing I remember when I was still in the fruit of being single was last friday nyt but two days before that nyt we had a fight because of the time their begging from us if you know what I mean ya I know I was wrong it is because of the hectic work and nothing but that and for the sake of the species sometimes we need to practice our so called "pride" so I decided not to call her or "magparamdam" for two days even though she said sorry. And so friday with 10 miscalls on my fone my pride expires and to the 11th call I answered she was calm but im still in the peak of my victorious drunkenness in the battle of the sexes she was sweet telling me that she hadnt have the red period for almost 3 weeks then I began feeling numb filling my head nothing but question marks, biking frenzies is now over for me but only for now ya I must admit Im a certified dad
maraming bikers ang isinumpa! BAKIT??? kasi karamihan satin may ITLOG sa binti
"biking frenzies is now over for me but only for now ya I must admit Im a certified dad"
not really over, it's just that some you'll spend more time for your kid rather than peddling on trails...
by the way if you're having a really hard time on "you" being a dad...better think twice...there are lotsa people out there who got greater things to think about...and belive me..there are other people out there who are dying to be in your shoes right now...
because thats what people do, they leap and hope to God they could fly, and otherwise we just drop like a rock, and wondering the whole way down .....why in the hell did i jump? but here i am...falling... there's only one person that makes me feel that i can fly... is you......
i'm sorry, but i'm a little bit confused with the title of this thread, isn't this a little bit too way ahead of the story "becoming a dad" (present continuous tense)?
the way i read the story it seems it's "about to become a dad" (future tense)? "she was sweet telling me that she hadnt have the red period for almost 3 weeks"
anyways congrats to you and your GF's milestone and good luck to the future parents.
i have parented 4 kids who are now full-grown adult and to tell you the truth parenting is a 24/7 job that really needs a lot of sacrifices and patience (i would compare it to grinding a long uphill on granny hehehe)
Not what we have, but what we use, Not what we see, but what we choose- These are the things that mar or bless The sum of human happiness - anonymous
EXCUSE ME since this space belongs to daddies..... let me share this ////
Some time ago, a man punished his 5-year-old daughter for wasting a roll of expensive gold wrapping paper. Money was tight and he became even more upset when the child pasted the gold paper so as to decorate a box to put under the Christmas tree. Nevertheless, the little girl brought the gift box to her father the next morning and said, "This is for you, Daddy." The father was embarrassed by his earlier overreaction, but his anger flared again when he found the box was empty. He spoke to her in a harsh manner, "Don't you know, young lady, when you give someone a present there's supposed to be something inside the package? The little girl looked up at him with tears in her eyes and said, "Oh, Daddy, it's not empty. I blew kisses into it until it was full." The father was crushed. He fell on his knees and put his arms around his little girl, and he begged her to forgive him for his unnecessary anger. An accident took the life of the child only a short time later and it is told that the father kept that gold box by his bed for all the years of his life. And whenever he was discouraged or faced difficult problems he would open the box and take out an imaginary kiss and remember the love of the child who had put it there. Happy father’s day!
What a timely thread ...fathers day is just around the corner
Mike brad, congratulations on becoming "expecting". It s not about being a dad you need to think of at this point. I think you have to discern if you are aiming for singles (meaning two but not together) parenting and marriage. Im sure you ll try your best at being a good father (for most guys it comes naturally. you cant help but be better when you have kid(s) na)
You already have a commitment coming (baby) , think about your present commitment (GF status).
re kids I just scolded my 3 yr old for dumping all his playpaint (washable) on a table creating a pile of gook. I was stern and all that but when you look into your child's eyes and see a bit of yourself in him/her...the balance tips to his favor. We are suckers for our kids.
I have two kids ...two of the loudest cheering fans I have when I bike
Life is Hard yes but come to think of it..Life is Good !
"those who stray ... will come back in time and If I were to stray, I pray I stray to where I still need two wheels to get by"
"everyone has the darkside, us few just chose to take it for a ride"
"7 thousand islands = 7 thousand trails, eh ?"
LUCKY SPERM Fun Racing Team "you podium, we kick you out. It s a lifestyle not a statement"
Whatever you have now, be thankful for everything is a blessing.
Sure things will get more difficult, more challenging, more stressful. Life won't be fair, bad things happen to the sweetest of people.
Fatherhood is serious business if you make it so, it may mean nothing if you ignore it. It's a choice.
Everyday I wake up to see my kids and I smile. Doesn't matter than my boy is a menace, and he knows it.
Every night my son prays: "God, if I stop being naughty, will mommy get well again?"
It stabs at my heart.
I thought being a father was hard, until I put myself in my son's shoes.
So I have to agree, life is hard and life is good. Embrace everything that comes with life and develop a strong and meaningful character.
There's no easier way to become a real man.
Someday I hope to be able to share that joy to my boy. The joy of having a wonderful family, a family that consist of 2 people and the kids, of extended family, of relatives and of wonderful friends.
P.S. His mom is presently undergoing chemo therapy the 2nd time after 4 years of ordeal.
Last Edit: Jun 11, 2008 10:34:12 GMT 8 by gadgets88
It is true that one may become rich through practicing evil, but the power of Truth and Justice is that they endure... and that a man can say of them, "They are a heritage from my father." - from the book DUNE
biking frenzies is now over for me but only for now ya I must admit Im a certified dad [/quote]
Dude, nothing takes away your pagod after a grueling ride than coming home and as you walk in the door, your smiling son (or daughter) will jump on you and give you a big kiss then slap you. ;D Tapos kulitan na kayo! Then your wife suddenly comes in and say, "Hoy! mag linis ka muna ng katawan bago ka humalik sa anak mo!" then followed by, "Bakit ngayon ka lang? kala ko ba short ride lang yan?" Ahh... The joys of being a father...