Being first time parents most definitely adds pressure to your already fast-paced, time-hungry life. But to top it off when you have to mutually come to an agreement on setting aside monies for purchasing baby products can add fuel to fire.
Are we mentally prepared to have this child?
Are we financially stable to sustain our lives along with a new human being?
What sort of sacrifices do we need to make to adjust to this new parental life?
Are we compatible, from a medical standpoint to conceive a child?
If both of us are working then how are we balancing work and life?
The birth of the kids is one of the biggest events of Peter and Nadir’s lives (there are many more to come). But why did they pick this particular moment to start with their podcasting journey?
The doctor was punctual, professional, pleasant-looking and had a very soft demenour, for obvious reasons. You don’t want your kid’s dentist looking like the clown from the movie IT. Forget the kid, I would get nightmares for years.
The modern day dads are the good guys who are resolutely involved in their child(ren)’s upbringing, ensuring that they not only balance theirwork and life, but also share equal responsibilities with the wife on the home front. These guys are aware that if it takes two to make, then it must take two to raise.
After 40 minutes, we finally reached the counter, it was like crossing the finish line after an exhausting marathon. We were crabby, tired and ready to drop but Baby Z was galavanting like a stoned hippie radiating energy!
…which I was trying very hard to win but in the end there was always something left wanting. I argued back that “I work so hard for this family blah blah blah” but after a point I come to realize that I sound like a quintessential asshole