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'Zzap' Black was born at 6:39pm yesterday (29th April).

A buster of a boy weighing 4.4Kg (or 9lbs 11oz for you imperialists! ;-) )

I was telling him about Zzap and playing C64 and it seems like he can't wait! :-D
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Wooooo! Congratulations, daddy!
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Post by Ant »

A bit late, but congrats! :D
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Ta all, will be good to have an apprentice for the site ;-)
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Well done Iain, will have to make some zzap related pics for his Cot ;-)

Well done (and also Roschenne hope I spelt it right) :D
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Congrats Iain :)
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Way to go! Gold Medal!!

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Congrats.

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Post by gordon »

May I offer you the most belated congratulations on the birth of a child that anyone in the history of the world has ever offered? :-)

Seriously, I'm very happy for the both of you. It's the most fabulous, disturbing, wonderful, intrusive, life-changing thing that can happen.

Take care now!
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It's certainly life changing Gordon! In good and bad ways I guess but I think the good out-way the bad. :) If only the bugger would sleep more during the day and give his old Dad a longer rest!
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I think the sleep thing settles down when they're about 27... :-)

But before that they never stop talking! Aaaaaargh!
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gordon wrote:I think the sleep thing settles down when they're about 27... :-)

But before that they never stop talking! Aaaaaargh!
Parents spend the first five years of a child's life encouraging them to talk and walk... and the next fifteen telling them to shut up and sit down. :lol:
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This year, mine turn 17 and 15.

Anybody who thinks it gets easier is in for a shock. The 'pain' just morphs and changes.

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andy vaisey wrote:Anybody who thinks it gets easier is in for a shock. The 'pain' just morphs and changes.

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LALALLALALALALALA I hear nothing........ Getting easier is the only thing keeping me going! :-D
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