Before he was a dad, Charles used to go to work without a second thought. Now, it apparently requires a medical procedure of sorts.
To think that before I had kids, leaving for work meant worrying about making the train and remembering my umbrella. Today, closing the door on my son each morning (and then blowing him 3 kisses from outside the house, as I always do) tends to leave me with a lump in my throat. One of those emotions I didn’t know I had until I had kids.
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