How to be ready?

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Re: How to be ready?

Postby Odin » Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:54 pm

i know that it is very important for you and i can understand it. having experience with two children it is not hard for me to tell that it is really hard to be the parent and try everything the best for your child. But when you have the child I think that it is not important for you because you would try to do for your child everything not taking your abilities in account and you will be sure in that. Sometimes it is very hard because I think that you know that there are different moments and different times but in general it is blessing especially for the couples like us. you shall prepare yourself for everything.

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Re: How to be ready?

Postby Dorian » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:39 am

The arrival of a newborn is an exciting event. However, it also requires preparation. Talk to your partner and other dads about your feelings regarding the newborn’s arrival. Additionally, clean your home and prepare a space for the child. Be sure to stock up on bottles, baby toys, clothes, diapers, and all the other things that newborns need. Take parenting classes. Parenting skills, like any other ability, can be learned. Taking parenting classes can help you learn what you’ll need to know and do as you prepare for the arrival of a newborn. Most classes cover changing diapers, bathing, burping, and feeding your baby, among other skills. For a unique bonding experience, attend these classes with your partner.

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Re: How to be ready?

Postby George86 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:09 pm

I am sure that we will have fantastic talk with all of you. I want to tell you my story. I hope you will appreciate it. From the very childhood I dreamt to create a big family full of children. And you know when I was an adult person and my partner suggested me to become a father, I agreed without any back thoughts. Probably it was the best decision and i didn't think about readiness, I just wanted to feel happiness of being a father. I was ready to do this step and become a father, to create a big family. Hopefully everything was great and even nowadays I think about more children.

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How to be ready

Postby Ninelslage » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:21 am

It is only you who can answer this question. Only you know yourself better than all other people, even your boyfriend. Just take your time and go to walk along the river maybe, or other your favorite place. You should not be in hurry, but just think over this situation and you will make your decision finally. It is a way I always use to solve some problem that depends only on me. I take all the advices and useful suggestions I have heard add them to my experience, then try to understand how I feel about all this case and then hurrey my decision is ready and well prepared. I hope my method will help you to find the answer.

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Re: How to be ready?

Postby Orlando » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:04 pm

Being a good and responsible father is not easy. I would recommend to get prepared. At least you should read how the child grows and develop.
How parents should pay attention to developing mental and physical abilities in different age. Sure the range of games is numerous.If you start looking through them you will know how to engage your child in different moving and speaking activities. Having at least little understanding of upbringing will help you to make right first steps. And then you will implement your life with fun every day.

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Re: How to be ready?

Postby Ford » Thu Mar 15, 2018 8:56 am

And this person goes to the psychotherapist, or simply to the guys on the forum to explain him the reasons of his fears and try to overcome them. Well that is quite clear.. And not trying to be rude, but I dont think that it is worth of a man, gay or no.. .I mean, this is a serious decision. And if you are asking yourself a question "If you are ready to this psychologically", it does seem to me that the answer is "no", obviously) Ok, I am sorry, this comes out to be a really non-motivational post, rather de-motivational) I need to have more understanding to people who are not that confident in this matter as I am.. i would really like to share my confidence with this guy some way

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