Luckily for the world I never run out of things to write about. Yesterday a lot of questions were asked and I think it's very necessary to respond to those questions and comments in a follow up post. I feel that by responding to your questions and comments our bond will only become stronger, and our love that much greater.
A good percentage of my readers and the bloggers that I read already have kids. This is good because they have so much wonderful knowledge and experience to pass on to me. Something that I never considered when Allyson and I started planning on having a family is that a baby boy might piss in my face. Now that I'm aware of this possibility Allyson and I have been preparing for this by shooting each other with a garden hose, at full power, when the other least expects it. As a result our reaction time is way up. And I've managed to keep the spray above Allyson's neck. I've got to be careful ya know, she's pregnant.
I can't wait to see this baby for the first time. Preferably fully clothed with a smile on his face. I've tried my best to convince Allyson to let me wait outside while she takes care of business, but she ain't having it. I have mandatory husband duty sometime near July 10th. That's only 12 weeks away. Really 11 because this weeks just about over. Wow, It's almost time for Father Corky's second Sermon.
As much as I wanted to recreate the bridge of the Enterprise for Corky Jr's nursery, Allyson wasn't having any of that either. She wants the kid to grow up with some class and dignity, and she wants the kid to grow up being a dren. A dren is the opposite of nerd just in case you never watched Happy Days before.
So instead of Enterprise grey, the babies room is going to be antique white with white trim. The theme of the room is going to be primary colors and ABC 1, 2, 3's. I knew what color the room was going to be because I painted it, but I learned all the other stuff last night after asking Allyson. Very fascinating stuff. As you can see the nursery is not exactly finished yet. It should be done sometime in May. I hope this helped with some of your curiosity.