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Hugs, kisses, and lots of leeway

I have 2 of each. Girls are awesome! It will take you about two seconds to fall in love with her and become a great dad. And then when the teen years come, those are the best (yes...I'm serious!).

a girl with a supportive, loving, caring dad is a gift to the world.

if the baby is a girl, you would be giving this world a gift.

3 is a magic number. I have 2 boys and 1 girl. It's a great mix! :P

Congratulations, Ben! :)

My third is a girl, and it has absolutely rocked my world in the most positively amazing way possible. And she's only 3!

I've got Boy, Boy, Girl, Boy.
(8, 6, 4, 2)

That girl steals my heart over and over. They all do, but there is something amazing about that little girl loving her Daddy. No worries, it all comes.

Oh yeah ... and wrestling? She's the toughest of them all ... and loudest.

I don't think you need to do anything differently! My big bro raised me like the little brother he never had...and OK, I guess I'm kind of scar riddled freak...but I'm sure little Bennina will turn out perfectly! ;) Love you guys. Praying for numero tres!

I'm secretly rooting for the band of brothers... but Ainsley may want a girl. Since she's giving birth I think she should get what she wants. :=)


If you have a girl you do everything the same, except you put the Mt Dew in a Hello Kitty cup.

Trust me. I have 2 daughters.



I found out #2 was girl - opened a new savings account :)

I've got three girls and they are the best. I hope you get that privilege. But if not, that's okay, I need good guys for my daughters to marry!


We should swap stories. I've got 2 girls (3.5 and 2 years), and a third which the technology tells us is a boy on the way in about a month.

The only way I can say I've got a little more than nothing is that I am one too, so that helps. :)

(Oh by the way, my girls love wrestling and football, so no worries there! "Well-rounded", I like to say.)

Ainsley broke the news.

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