Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Heartless_ Father

9 months has already come and gone. I'm a father to a happy baby boy.

23 comments:

Gamer Hudson said...

Holy crap I had no idea! Grats man. and DING

heartlessgamer said...

/LFG OFF

Werit said...

Congrats... I remember you mentioning it... has it been 9 months already? Wow.

Andrew said...

Congrats =) I'm still in the "make biology work" stage of things.

Ethic said...

Congrats, my friend! Being a Dad is the best thing I've ever done.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations man! It's a whole other life in more ways than one. :)

AlexTaldren said...

Finally, something that lives up to the hype.

Oakstout said...

Gratz! Couldn't happen to a better guy.

Where is my vitual cigar?

Shoujin Zeraf said...

Congrats! Another gamer is born, perhaps?

Admin said...

Congrats Heartless!!!

heartlessgamer said...

Not a gamer yet, but he loves watching Hulu on my laptop :) The Office in particular.

Tipa said...

Congratulations!!!!

Ravious said...

Grats!

Adam D. said...

Grats. As a recent dad myself... it's an amazing transformation... although it's amusing when you're awake and playing WoW @ 3:30 am on the laptop while you make sure your son or daughter is sleeping.... it makes for a very interesting moment :)

Anonymous said...

ding!! grats!

Leala Turkey said...

Grats!

Sleepysam said...

Brats!

Saylah said...

Damn time flies. CONGRATS!

Unknown said...

Congrats!!!

Green Text On Black said...

Congratz sir!

SolidState said...

Gz, enjoy the diapers ;)

I wonder what MMOs will look like 15 years from now when our kids are old enough to play. Probably still have missions to kill ten rats :)

Laura Brown said...

Congratulations. Came across your blog looking for information about MapleStory. Nice to read a bit about yourself. My sister is soon to have her fourth baby. They are a whole gamer family. Poor baby doesn't have a chance at a normal life. :)

sid67 said...

As a father of three, I can tell you this with utmost certainty: Stop at One.

That's really the only parenting advice anyone needs. The rest is just common sense. And if that fails, pretend to be your father. Good luck!