He’s A Keeper

Nothing brings out the humor in life like big events: funerals, weddings….BABIES.

Well friends, pregnancy has brought out some great lines from my sweet Baby Daddy.

Here’s a sampling for your enjoyment.

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Somanna: So people at work are really excited for us.

Me: Aww that’s sweet.

Somanna: Yea….especially when I tell them it’s your first.

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Two weeks after learning about the proverbial bun in the oven, we’re out and about running errands in town….

Somanna: Hey! You wanna grab a drink somewhere?!

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Also in the early weeks of shock pregnancy….while discussing a myriad plans for 2014…
Me: Well, it’ll depend. We ‘ll just have to see how it goes. You’ll need to save some PTO (paid time off) for May.
Somanna:  What do I need to save my PTO for?

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Somanna, very emphatically: You are carrying my CHILD!

(Pauses)

Yea, I’m glad it’s you. I mean, that’s cool.

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Me:  What do you want the baby to call you? Daddy? Papa? Pop?

Somanna, deadpan in a deep Indian head bobble accent: Father.

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Upon walking into Babies R ‘Us for the first time last weekend:

Somanna: Wow. Shit just got real, son!

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Me: Perhaps we should take baby CPR. You know, so we don’t kill the baby.

Somanna: Nah, we can just Google it.

8 Comments

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8 responses to “He’s A Keeper

  1. “Shit just for real, son!”
    Love it you two;) keep posting. Enjoying the stories.
    Hugs

  2. salewa

    love it! congrats!

  3. Me: What do you want the baby to call you? Daddy? Papa? Pop?

    Somanna, deadpan in a deep Indian head bobble accent: Father.

    Haha! I can just imagine… hilarious!

  4. Thank yall for commenting. Glad you enjoyed these lines as much as I did! :)

  5. SO Shaloot. Love it. Lest we forget — Upon seeing a pregnant woman walk by, “How much is she?”

  6. I don’t know if I actually said any of the stuff when we were pregnant, but I can relate :)

  7. Girish

    Wow Thats funny!
    I did the same things to my wife who is originally from KY. We live in DC suburbs nowadays. I remember asking her if she want to go and grab a drink in the district. Look on her face was priceless…

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