I'm due any day now, and baby constantly kicks my husband in the arm/back/tummy/whatever my belly is pressed against while we lay down. She is crazy in there. 8I
But I don't blame you for thinking chicks are lucky for seeing that half of it, it's understandable. On the other end of the spectrum, I'd sure love nothing having my lady parts literally rip open or lose the ability to walk/do dishes/cook for a few months in the end and still have a child. Adoption is expensive. xD
Telling you the truth, becoming mother scares me like hell Well, not actually all the issues during the 9 months, but when I'd have to push the baby out. Or the high amount of blood exams which need to be done (I have a trauma, almost every time my skin gets damaged by something- could it be a needle, a branch, a paper! I faint and eventually puke. Terrible, terrible xD) In any case, don't think you're not involved in this. It must be really hard dealing with our mood during that period, but stay close to her and your child both now and as soon as he/she? is born. I'm sure the baby will love you a lot
Think about it- if it's a boy, he'll be your boy! You'll manage to teach him how to be a man, you'll be his aim. If it's a girl, you'll always be his beloved father, the one who'll always protect her no matter what. Congratulations both to you and your wife and good luck! So, I actually didn't complain on anything, I hope you don't mind xD
Chilies. If you want a kiddo that moves around alot, and coincidentally a boy with a LOT of hair, chilies is the way to go. Both my boys had and still have heads full of hair and when I was pregnant with them, they were doing barrel rolls on poke command by my husband when he poked my belly.
well, if she doesn't like chilies, I'd suggest talking with the kiddo at least once a day, to get used to your voice. and don't use baby talk. Go for a short conversation, like you're talking to a kid.