Becoming a Dad – Ninja Dagger Hormones

11 weeks and 6 days complete.

28 weeks and 1 day left.

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Becoming a Dad – Part One

Tomorrow marks the 12th week of mommy-to-be’s pregnancy which I believe is the beginning of the 2nd trimester!

I’m excited because everything I’ve read so far has told me that the second trimester will be a little easier on us that the first. Now I don’t know if it’s true that the nausea goes away or any of the other pregnancy pains will leave but I sure hope so if it’ll make things easier. I’m also looking forward to a little bit of calming down as far as external stresses go. From settling into the pregnancy to going through a flood disaster that claimed her car, we’ve gone through some tests in the past few months. And did I mention we spent all of this past weekend hard at work moving into our townhome? All this activity and adversity has done nothing to lessen our stress levels in the least!

Speaking of which, I’ve noticed in the past two months we’ve argued more than we ever did. Despite trying really hard, sometimes I just feel like I can’t get anything right. I asked other couples that have gone through the first-time experience about this and everyone says  this feeling is normal. Well what the heck is normal? “Pregnancy hormones” they said.  So there, I had something to blame and blame I have. BUT after the same issues kept coming up I realized that I better stop being stubborn and start paying attention and listening to the content of the messages and not just how they are thrown at me like ninja daggers from Shinobi. We still go through this but I think I’m growing as a person and she’s making an effort to be less assassin-like with her words. Ha! It’s not THAT bad but I am making a point here.

Now that we’re entering the second trimester, my main concern is less about hormones and my  personal needs, still about taking care of business, and more about making the future-wife happy. After all, happy mommy makes for happy baby right? And happy mommy and happy baby will make for a happy daddy! I’m sure that’s all I’ll need. Now if I could only get through these damn sympathy pains…. Aww geez, why do I have to be the super-sensitive one?!?!

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8 Comments on “Becoming a Dad – Ninja Dagger Hormones”


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  2. Liz Talavera Says:

    yes, this trimester is much better… pregnancy is challenging on couples…you learn a lot about eachother and patience… we hate to blame the hormones, but we can’t help it! Talk to Rico.. he’s been so patient and understanding and luckily his good twin (i say that b/c he’s a gemini) is around during this trimester 🙂 And just remember.. its all worth it when you are holding your baby in your arms!

  3. Paula Donato Says:

    i am so excited for you…we need to catch up and i still have baby stuff for you!!! hand-me-downs will be your new favorite thing 🙂

  4. Alaina Rivas Says:

    You and megs are doing awesome!! You both will make awesome parents and such a cool little family.

  5. Jessica Miller Says:

    How’s mommy doing? Tell Megan I wanna see pics of the babay belly!!

  6. Rachel Trevino Says:

    If Mama aint happy.aint NOBODY happy….

    and that the truth!!


  7. […] of town, we had quite the challenge on our hands because we’re still sharing one vehicle. (see part 2) Megan said I didn’t have to go but I’d never forgive myself if bad news came so I was […]

  8. Lauren Mayer Says:

    that baby looks just like you!


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