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isdaddycool Thu 16-Jun-11 15:22:39

Hello to all the Mum's and expectant Mum's out there. I hope you are all keeping well.

My own wife is due next week and I've been writing down some thoughts ever since we found out our exciting news.

If you get the time to read them, I'd welcome any thoughts. I post them at and I've also just joined twitter under the name isdaddycool

I look forward to reading all the posts and picking up some tips. Life is about to change in a big, big way!

All the best

Coppernoddle Thu 16-Jun-11 18:51:00

That's very thoughtful of you!! I haven't read your blog, don't think I have the patience at the moment and wouldn't have the foggiest on how to get there! But all the best to you and your wife, you'll have the time of your life! I remember my husband being very nervous but exited and he was nothing but amazing when little one arrived! The fact that your posting this is lovely, good luck with the birth and do as she says!! Lol!! She may not mean everything she says but just go with it x all the best!

Lilagemm Thu 16-Jun-11 19:28:59

Hi isdaddycool,

I had a read earlier whilst i was at work and found it to be a good read. smile

Good luck for the next few weeks!

crispyseaweed Thu 16-Jun-11 19:35:47

Wishing you all the very best of luck with the birth of your new baby. I have had 3 babies and the final thing I can adivse is: If she wants an epidural then let her have one...its fantastic! When you are tired and struggling with pain for hours on end this is the best thing ever.
Good luck and best wishes X

isdaddycool Fri 17-Jun-11 14:11:59

Thanks very much for the kind words and best wishes everyone

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