Chlidren really change the focus of everything about life and not in a bad way. There are no regrets about about raising children. It's wonderful.
I'm happy for you Bob. Sounds wonderful. I have days off sometimes that I wished was spent with my own offspring.
Alas, never had kids of my own.
I had a second thought about regrets. There's one. They grow up way too fast and become teenagers. I really believe the teen years when kids make the transition into adulthood are intentionally so insane in order to help parents get over the hurdle of raising kids to being ready to rejoice when they start their own lives.
From age one to about twelve children are something I can't explain to someone without them. Then with another parent it's something that doesn't need explaining.
Yeah, there are expenses and all sorts daily ordeals but all it takes is one or two special almost magic moments a day and all the hell a parent goes through just doesn't matter.
Like any father or grandfather, I can talk for hours about them. I've learned to keep it short most the time except with other parents.
We're to believe you're a father....which is why you call people "sissy fat ass liars" and "skinny ballerina boys".
Fucking please. You're a pathological liar or the worst father in the world. I'd have killed myself if my father had the mindset--let alone the flippancy--to say the things you regularly bark at fellow gay men on this site.
For the record, I'm apparently 15 years younger than your two kids, so you should theoretically, IF YOU ACTUALLY WERE A FATHER, be treating me by a different standard.
The only reason I'm not completely laying into you is because I had (he died in 2008 ) a father (on earth) and I respect--to a certain extent--all men your and his age.