Development Dads - Staying Single - Adult
What Goes Around
Ross (B. Single) was but one of three gentlemen in the office who did not want to get married or have children. One of them usually had such over-the-top negative comments about fatherhood that I avoided using any of his material.
For four years, he remained negative and never showed any interest other than snideness in any of our fatherhood bantering. On top of that, we didn't know much about his personal life because he never offered and opening.
Then on one Monday morning, the grapevine broadcasted that he got married over the weekend and his wife was expecting in a few months. While we were congratulating him and trying to schedule a celebratory lunch, we found out that his wife was previously married and was already raising two children - a three and a five year old.
We were amazed, - no, stunned. Not of his circumstances, but of his vehement stance to never 'go there'. We all hoped that he had been listening to us to help him now start parenting a ready made family but also prepare for a newborn.
One never knows, but maybe one should at least get one signal.
I like the way, 'snideness' sounded, so I created it for this occasion.
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