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Dads out there, what user review would you write of fatherhood through the first 5 years of your kids’ lives?

Dads out there, what user review would you write of fatherhood through the first 5 years of your kids’ lives?

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  1. WAY more vomit than expected. We’re talking exorcist levels, here. Refuses to sleep in his own bed, says there are monsters despite assurances that all monsters have been removed. Needs constant medical intervention, doesn’t understand the concept of Kleenex and still doesn’t seem to know how to walk without falling over suddenly and inexplicably. He only eats three foods right now and seems to only want to cry in public. Much more expensive than advertised. I’m a little upset about the mark up but the cuddles, hugs and playtime are great.

    10/10 would have kids again.

  2. The sweet spot of child-rearing is between about age 7 and 12. They are old enough not to require constant supervision, they can carry on a conversation, and they believe everything you tell them.

  3. I remember I had to change my son while waiting for my car to have an oil change. The car dealership did NOT have a changing table in the men’s room. I was so prepared that day except for that part.

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