I am not a father and society gets a lot of fine insight into what it means to be a mother but I'm curious about those profound realisations fathers have at any stage of raising a child.
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Everything you previously thought was important, is not.
The taste of beer is a distant memory.
You've never really experienced love until you see your own child.
Managing the first month of a new baby is the hardest thing you will ever do. Much harder than those survival courses. But this one you will survive, and it will come oh so naturally.