As @elsigee40 says...
more info needed! :)
If you are after a geeky name Hashtag has gone
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Daughter 2 years 4 months
Son 4 months
2 Daughters 16 and 13
Congrats again bud!
Congrats on the new one!
Mine just plugged in his first VGA cable, just before his first birthday he's now more IT literate as your average teacher...
- Can bash the keyboard (check)
- Can turn the computer off/on (check)
- Can enable/disable the wi-fi switch (check)
- Can tell when the wireless mouse is off and switch it on or bash it against the floor (check)
- Hooks up the laptops to the TV (check)
Very proud dad... Granted some it may not strictly speaking be on purpose
2 girls. age 4 & 6. Dead cute they are :)
Wife want's another one, so I bought her an iPad. Haven't heard a thing since.
Beware. We started off with 3 cats..heh. Still got them too. Jem says her ideal # of kiddos is 3, but we've both agreed - lets wait until these 2 are a fair bit older. a 2.5 year gap works, but we hadn't quite realised how different Olly would be to his sister. Not hard work, by any means, he's a laid back and happy little dude, but he won't nurse to sleep, doesn't feed constantly like she did (but has just outgrown his 12 month sleepsuits@6 months, and weighs what his sister did just past her 1st b'day!), and has meant we've had to relearn eveything, pretty much..heh.
He's just got the hang of rolling over and trying to crawl..it won't be long. And as soon as I'm heard in the house coming home or getting up, it's "DADADAAAADA!", which is nice.. :) Izz seems to like PCs, but not in preference to "non tech" toys, and I'm glad of that.
3 little ones here:
boy 2 (very almost 3)
Mrs B keeps saying 4 would be a better number, but I keep reminding her how ill she was whilst pregnant with the last one.