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Discomfort Stocks Soar Amid Speculation of Infant Siting

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00:43
Gina sleeping as I undertake stealthy bed making maneuvers. Slight miscalculation leads to loud crash. Pregnant wife not overly entertained.

00:58
IV knocked loose – blood and fluid oozing onto the bed.
More proof that child birth is good clean fun!

01:26
Evil vending machine holding Mounds bar hostage – rescue operations under consideration.

02:00
And we are walking the halls.
Still no joy in Mudville!

07:48
Doc breaks water during contraction – Things are heating up!!

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We Check In – Will Munchkin Chicken Out?

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20:13
Upon arriving at the hospital, the doctor asks us, “So why are you guys here?” Nothing like a sense of humor!

21:00
I try Chopin’s Nocturn in F-Sharp to induce labor.

21:28
We switch to Beethoven.
Gina is pacing back and forth.
I’m bouncing a tennis ball to hit an imaginary serve when Gina proclaims: “Look at us! Type-A people should not be allowed to pro-create!”

23:00 Rap Inspiration:
Classical music not inducing labor. Switch to Ice Cube, “You can do it, put your back into it!”

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She decided that the 28th just wasn’t good enough!

Now We’re Getting Somewhere

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Baby Carlos

My wife Gina and I were told to report the hospital around 7pm for the arrival of our first child.

“Go home and relax,” they said. Oh sure, of course, just chill out, take a nap, get paid.

The fact of the matter is that two type “A” personalities can only take it sooo easy before the wheels come off.

After five years of enticement, I did finally get my wife to listen to and actually enjoy the Doors. (focus on the small victories)

Now that she has drifted off to sleep, I’ve already switched my music to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I’m left with their voices and my thoughts to help quell any inner anxieties.

In case your wondering, I’m a stay at home Dad. Welll, not yet, but soon enough.

I’ve heard multiple opinions on this matter.

“Jesus, get him some help.” “Men can’t manage a baby by themselves.” “Did Oswald act alone?”

I’ve decided that indeed I can raise this child – like a champ in case you are wondering. It just might take a little trial and error.

Popular opinion says everything is about to change. But don’t things always change? How crazy can this process really be?

That question will probably take many years to answer – but please use this as a guide or narrative as to where this unfolding adventure might lead us.