|Lots of Milo
||[Sep. 29th, 2008|04:16 pm]
here is the joy!Had to fix some bugs with my gallery software, sadly, but after much non-fun-stuff, |
2008-10-02 03:02 am (UTC)
You're going to be such a great dad!
Wow, Milo looks so much like you. He and Hallie are beautiful. Congratulations!
2008-10-02 03:07 am (UTC)
Re: You're going to be such a great dad!
Oops... it'd be nice if I left my name.
By the way, we're hoping to have a Beers Of The World get together later this month. Let Greg know if the three of you would be interested.
He's beautiful, congrats :)
My, what happened to 'look what I made, with my very own sperm!'? You're, like, a different person!
Still bitter about that are you?
My feeling that people struggling to have children should adopt instead is no different than it was before.
That's just my opinion though, I also happen to have the opinion that you made a cute kid. Haley looks happy, and I can tell from your writings that you are too, and so I am happy for you.
Plus it's not often that you see a cute baby, they're usually all lumpy and ooky for the first month or so, so I had to comment ;)
Having kids is a struggle. If everyone gave up after their first failure, none of us would be here. 25%
of pregnancies miscarry. In a 2.5kid/family world, that means there is a 62.5% chance of having a miscarry. That's roughly 2 in 3 women having miscarries. This, of course, does not include abortion and there is full likelihood that Hallie's first pregnancy would have gone full term. Hallie opted out of the first one because it had spinobifita. The odds of having two children with spinobifita is greater than having one, (if you already had one, the chances are greater than you'll have a second) but the odds are STILL only 2%.
Hallie's and my struggle to conceive was short. Three months. In fact, when she was going nuts about it was precisely when it happened. That's when you and I last spoke.