First Time Parents
According to the internet, it’s National Poetry Day. By no means am I a rapper – as much as I hate to admit it – or a bard, but that didn’t stop me from writing something of a lyrical nature for my daughter well ahead of her birth.
Our first argument during the pregnancy was over when we should take our baby on a family holiday, which resulted in me being blasted by the baby brain.
Jenna knows countless mums and gets to mingle with them during her maternity leave, but my closest mates are yet to reproduce, while the other friends I know with children don’t live anywhere near.
50 days have passed since I became a dad, so I’ve shared 50 short thoughts on the journey so far, which other parents may be able to relate to.
On 31st May 2017, after what felt like the longest nine months ever, my daughter was born and I became a first-time dad – this is the story of her birth.
Well, that escalated quickly. Week 36 has already been and gone. We’ve toured the hospital’s labour facilities and the Toni Braxtons are getting stronger.