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    I'm also lucky enough to be married to someone who does get it and loves doing stuff with our son that he enjoyed as a kid (or perhaps didn't get a chance but would have loved to do as a kid). For instance, I think we have enough LEGOS to build another house entirely just cause my husband used to love it and got my son into it.

    I just don't understand why anyone who wouldn't enjoy stuff like that would even bother having kids in the first place (or having kids with someone like that).
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    ^^^ Mr. Dark is a keeper!! My ex was very good at having fun with our daughter. That is just one reason why she misses him so much since he died.

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    I wish Brad would get rid of the goofy hat. If he's going to wear one a baseball cap is a lot sexier IMO.

    I love tubing. We did that when I was young too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    That's my favorite part of being a parent and I am shocked all the time by people, like my brother, who don't care about sharing these experiences with their kids. We do a lot of family weekend get-a-ways so the cousins can all be together. It is often things we already did at some point in our lives. My brother just says "hey you can take my daughter with you but I already saw that before". He only has her every other weekend to begin with and prefers to pass her off to us to watch. I tried to explain that she will have these memories forever of doing things with him but he doesn't get it. Glad to see Brad gets it and is enjoying being a Dad.
    At least she has you Sluce! I know it doesn't make up for her dad, but its definately a plus for her!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsDark View Post
    I'm also lucky enough to be married to someone who does get it and loves doing stuff with our son that he enjoyed as a kid (or perhaps didn't get a chance but would have loved to do as a kid). For instance, I think we have enough LEGOS to build another house entirely just cause my husband used to love it and got my son into it.

    I just don't understand why anyone who wouldn't enjoy stuff like that would even bother having kids in the first place (or having kids with someone like that).
    haha! He sounds great Mrs Dark, its good to hear about the good dads as we hear so much about the dead-beat-dads! Kudos to him!

    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    ^^^ Mr. Dark is a keeper!! My ex was very good at having fun with our daughter. That is just one reason why she misses him so much since he died.
    I know that she misses him now, but I'm really glad for your daughter that she has positive memories of him for when she is older.

    Hugs to your both (its OK, I'm just hormonal at the moment, so I'm feeling soppy!) I'm glad that there are positive parent stories here too!

    OK, now back to the bashing, fighting & wondering why they're not sliding down that hill on a chin....
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    ^^I'm on with the whole family event thing as well. We do alot on the weekend with the kids and are sort of mocked by friends for being 'really active parents'...because hiking in the woods with your kids is apparently a big deal these days.
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    Zahara is adorable. She looks so devilish sometimes. I bet she's a (fun) handful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    ^^I'm on with the whole family event thing as well. We do alot on the weekend with the kids and are sort of mocked by friends for being 'really active parents'...because hiking in the woods with your kids is apparently a big deal these days.
    You can join in the hug too then Butt!
    Some of the things that I did with my folks growing up were great, I've seen a lot of art & architecture, and stuff. My folks did what they wanted to go see & we went to, asked questions, looked & learnt! Only now does my upbringing seem... well,... a little strange; but if I do mange to have a kiddie, I don't think that I'd do it any different.

    I like the look of those tubes - they must be great fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsDark View Post
    I'm also lucky enough to be married to someone who does get it and loves doing stuff with our son that he enjoyed as a kid (or perhaps didn't get a chance but would have loved to do as a kid). For instance, I think we have enough LEGOS to build another house entirely just cause my husband used to love it and got my son into it.

    I just don't understand why anyone who wouldn't enjoy stuff like that would even bother having kids in the first place (or having kids with someone like that).
    That's sweet. My husband is a chemist, so he's all about teaching our kids chemistry. We have every single science kit out there for 4 year olds. I think it's so cute to hear my husband trying to explain chemistry to a 4yo.

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    You can join in the hug too then Butt!
    Some of the things that I did with my folks growing up were great, I've seen a lot of art & architecture, and stuff. My folks did what they wanted to go see & we went to, asked questions, looked & learnt! Only now does my upbringing seem... well,... a little strange; but if I do mange to have a kiddie, I don't think that I'd do it any different.

    I like the look of those tubes - they must be great fun!



    I've joined in in my first grou+p hug! I feel all weird now. Anyway, glad to know that although my kids bitch at times I think they'll appreciate what we've done as parents when they grow up. As far as AJ and BP, they seem like they're really into thier kids, so I have no argument with them. Good on 'em for being hands on parents.
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