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    Hey guys,

    My wife just told me she's preggy, which is great because we have been trying. However, two co-workers just got told the same thing by their spouses. One response was, "Huh? Are you sure? Oh ****..." and the other was, "How could that have happened?" Yeah, not the most caring, intelligent responses. I think the hubbys got their *** beat down....

    What would be you intial, gut-reaction if your wife/girlfriend told you she's preggy? Be honest...
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  • #2
    A big congratulations to you mate.

    For me it would be sheer delight and then a bit of panic (in a nice way) thrown in afterwards.

    But being as I'm single, hopefully I won't get told that quite yet !!

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    • #3
      We were trying when she got pregnant but I was still
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      • #4
        I would Faint, as the Doctor told me it be a million to one chance it could happen to me,since I shoot blanks However Congradulations,You never know you may be raising the next President of the United States or something very special enjoy those fleeting moments they grow up really fast!

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        • #5
          I remember bact to when Mrs Switek & I decided to start our family. I planned on knocking it out every day for 6 months to a year till she became pregnant. being the manly man I am, I did the job the very first time.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Stan Switek
            I remember bact to when Mrs Switek & I decided to start our family. I planned on knocking it out every day for 6 months to a year till she became pregnant. being the manly man I am, I did the job the very first time.
            Yup I was thinking that exact same thing..we had made up our minds to try and I am thinking yup this is gonna be a fun 6-12 months baby...two weeks later I am laying in bed taking a nap, as I had worked t hat day and my wife wanted to out to a late dinner...when all a sudden "DAN! get in here!" I jumped up thinking something was wrong..I ran to the bath room and my wife showed me the test. I was pretty excited. Unfortunitly my mother-n-law called that night, and proclaimed that my wife and I should wait to have kids as we had only been married a year and a half and that she felt we where not ready....my wife cried for days and was very very upset.
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            • #7
              It was one of the happiest days of my life, topped only when they (twins) were actually born.
              Talk sense to a fool, and he will call you foolish - Euripides

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              • #8
                I'm not sure if I was more elated when my son was born or when he figured out the bathroom thing. I remember how much I wanted him to start speaking so we could communicate. Now, he talks so much he makes my head hurt.

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                • #9
                  congrats old school, keep us informed!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Old School
                    Hey guys,

                    My wife just told me she's preggy, which is great because we have been trying. However, two co-workers just got told the same thing by their spouses. One response was, "Huh? Are you sure? Oh ****..." and the other was, "How could that have happened?" Yeah, not the most caring, intelligent responses. I think the hubbys got their *** beat down....

                    What would be you intial, gut-reaction if your wife/girlfriend told you she's preggy? Be honest...
                    Congratulations!!

                    (I'm a female) I love hearing about guys who say "how could that have happened?" The other guys probably werent "ready" to have children yet. My sisters told me if i waited til i was ready, i'd never have kids. I didnt

                    I thought i might have been pregnant a few months back, and it was SCARY, as i'm much too old to have my first child...to have ANY child, for that matter. False alarm, however.

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                    • #11
                      When I took the test, my (ex)husband was on the phone. When he saw the result, he didn't even bother to get off the phone, just gave me a dirty look and walked off, still talking. Didn't change the subject or anything.

                      After I left him (several years later) he got another girl pregnant and made her get an abortion. The next one he did it to refused to get one, and just after the baby was born, she went to visit her mother. He packed up all of her stuff, and the baby's stuff, put it in his truck, then called her and asked what she wanted done with it.

                      He's remarried now and I pity her.
                      STFU! Another great suggestion from the same mind that brought you "Kiss my butt" and "Leave me alone"


                      Why not?

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                      • #12
                        In all honesty, I don't see what the problem is. I mean, most men by the time they reach maturity know the birds and the bees. Most men (and women, it takes two...) know what happens if you don't use birth control. If you use only one barrier (or none!) then pregnancy is the result!

                        Is it so hard- erm, difficult- to use at least 2 barrier methods? If so, then use an asprin. Asprin can prevent pregnancy: the lady holds the asprin with her knees and doesn't let it hit the floor.
                        You have no right to not be offended.-Neal Boortz

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Delta784
                          It was one of the happiest days of my life, topped only when they (twins) were actually born.
                          I hear you brother!!!!

                          I was so excited and nervous when my wife got pregnant. I drove like slug, I took extra care to be safe at work. Then I started to get more comfortable with the idea of having a baby, and I began thinking about how it be taking him, or her out for walks, etc.

                          Then I got called into the ultra sound room, and was introduced to "Baby A". I paused for a second, and thought, hmmmmm "Baby A", does that mean there is a B, C, D????? Thankfully, there was only a "Baby B"!!!!

                          Congrats on the addition to your family Old School. Sleep while you can!!! haha

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                          • #14
                            CONGRATULATIONS! Both times the Mrs. told me that we were expecting were very good days in my life, eclipsed only by the actual births.

                            1st time: in the States on Emergency Leave (from Germany). Been back under 24 hours when I got the msg to call home - but didn't recognize the #. I called her cell and found out she was in the hospital - and when she wouldn't answer me, I started getting ****ed. After being told I was "ruining the moment" I shut up and leter her tell me we were 2 mos expecting! As we had been trying for almost 9 years, and he had recently been diagnosed with Hairy Cell Leukemia, this was a miracle in and of itself. Baby son was born full term 7 mos later; turns four in a few days and recently made it through the potty training phase (OOORAH!). I was able to hold him about 30 minutes after he was delivered (c-section).

                            2nd time: 1.5 years post-chemo for the HCL (and in perfect health), she calls and asks if her and Wes (son) can stop by work for an early lunch (stationed in Newport, RI). I said sure, come on by. While in the kitchen area, Wes hands be his Teddy Bear with a zip-lock baggie sticking out of a pocket. When I asked what was in it, CIndy told me to pull it out. Some kind of home EPT that read POSITIVE! First words out of my mouth was "call the Clinic and get it confirmed - don't tell anyone in the family untilwe have the official results". Then, still in a state of shock, I gave her a big hug.

                            I went in the Admiral's office and asked him to step out, did the same with the Chief of Staff and everyone else in the Front Office. Once they were assembled, I broke the good news. Think I got the rest of the day off too. This one we call our 12 year baby - when the doctor did that female math stuff, most probably date of conception was our 12 year anniversary. This one turns 7 mos today and is full of **** and vinegar, just like his older brother.

                            This time I was in the delivery room, at her side, and got to see Keith after the incision was made but before he was delivered. No, I didn't pass out. After they cleaned him up, they handed him back to me - Cindy got to touch his face - and then I got to walk him the 25 feet (or so) to the exam room where they did all the other stuff. 20 mins later I had him back in my arms and was flying high. Our friends brought Wes in, and I was able to hold both of them at the same time.

                            Wes looked at Keith and said "Daddy, thank you for my brother - I think we'll keep him!". Glad we had his approval.

                            I wish I had 1/10th of their combined energy - feeling rather old at the end of a normal day.
                            Last edited by KC2GYV; 08-03-2005, 06:32 AM.
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                            I must go down to the seas again to the vagrant gypsy life, To the gull's way and the whale's way where the wind's like a whetted knife; And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover, and quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over.

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                            • #15
                              Don't you have actually have sex with your girlfriend first??? lol
                              There's no substitute for strength,
                              and no excuse for a lack of it!!

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