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Kirby: Fear all when fatherly instinct takes over


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The same thing kept happening. When we took my daughter in for her first vaccination and the doctor prepared the needle, the feelings returned. The doctor — wise man — noticed and made Cave Father wait in the lobby.

On Friday, when we got the news that our daughter was in labor, we raced over to the hospital and waited.

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When Ada finally arrived, Dallas led us to the room. The doubt was gone from his eyes. In its place was this happy idiot grin and — best of all — a deep look of suspicion. He’ll do fine.

Robert Kirby can be reached at rkirby@sltrib.com or facebook.com/stillnotpatbagley.




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