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2013-01-08
Name: Kishore Many one us dont quite realize that the fact that while the carrying ladies are expecting for the first time, its the first time for their husbands too! I mean even the male gender is going to enter the phase of parenthood. Just that they dont have the baby inside them, but they are also equally excited and conscious of becoming a father. It takes time for them also to be ready for fatherhood.
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2013-01-08
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Name: Vivek
Subject:  Your wife´ s first pregnancy? Ready for fatherhood?
I am also a proud father of two girls and i can totally relate to what you are saying. Fatherhood also is a huge responsibility and it takes time to get ready for that specially when your wife is pregnant for the first time. But once you are ready,the journey is wonderful.
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Name: Amar
Subject:  Your wife´ s first pregnancy? Ready for fatherhood?
Even i would second you on this Kishore. My wife' s pregnant and i am also trying to be ready for the fatherhood phase of my life and trying to be as loving and caring for my wife as i can be. Its an equal carrying phase for the men also.:)
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