Msg#: 3304442 posted 2:27 am on Apr 15, 2007 (gmt 0)
Thanks guys it's been pretty crazy round here but we are having a good time. Lucky I am unemployed as it gives me a lot of extra time to spend with the baby (Daniel). :)
After another week or so it might be time for me to move back into an office though as the little guy has some powerful pipes! I just need to find something to do first. Anyone need a guy that sort of just hangs around the office and goofs around? I am generally pretty good at making sure the coffee pot is full and when it is not telling whomever is responsible for it to make more.
A nick...hmmm...we will probably just go with something generic for his pubcon name tag in November because I would like him to be able to open his eyes for more than one minute before I make the call.
My advice to any new fathers is to NOT tell your wife that you are taking her baby to Vegas when he is 6 months old until she gets past all the emotions that go along with having a newborn. Right now it is difficult to explain to Tracie why the baby needs to learn about reverse engineering mobile search algos....
Msg#: 3304442 posted 3:51 am on May 24, 2007 (gmt 0)
System: The following message was spliced on to this thread from: http://www.webmasterworld.com/webmasterworld/3348237.htm [webmasterworld.com] by jatar_k - 7:56 am on May 24, 2007 (est -4) Sorry I was late reading about mfishy's good news but the old Newcastle ballad is so apt for the occasion:
One version, immortalised by a 70s TV series "When the Boat Comes In":
Dance to your daddy Dance to your daddy, my little babby, dance to your daddy, my little lamb; you shall have a fishy in a little dishy, you shall have fishy when the boat comes in.
A more authentic version (caution, plays a midi, don't try it at work): [contemplator.com...]