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.
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 email@example.com or facebook.com/stillnotpatbagley.
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