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I'm stuck on land!!!

Discussion in 'Non-Diving Related Stuff' started by bebo, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. bebo

    bebo Contributor

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    I'm don't know how I'm going to make it!?!
    My wife is my diving buddy, and we are pregnat!!!
    You just cannot imagine how thrilled I am to become a dad, man! but stuck on land all this time!!!. I'm even thinking of "cheating" on my wife and go diving with some other friends. But I cannot be that cruel.
    Man, I have my gills dried up!!!
    Heeeelp!!! :monkeydan
     
  2. Leni

    Leni Registered

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    just think, in 8 or so years, you will have another dive buddy!
     
  3. gehadoski

    gehadoski Liveaboard

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    Location: Cairo, Egypt, Egypt
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    My wife is pregnant too, but the trick is she is not a diver
     
  4. Leni

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    aw, all these babies! hope every thing goes well for every one! just think of these new divers being brought into the world! one day every one will dive..they must..they will! :wink:
     
  5. Donnie

    Donnie Contributor

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    All these babies... Maybe its something on the "Water"?
     
  6. murphdivers286

    murphdivers286 Public Safety Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Port St Lucie, Florida
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    You can always fill your bathtub up and suit up. IT's WATER!!
     
  7. Mako Mark

    Mako Mark Dive Charter

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    being a Dad is seriously cool, I sympathise about the drying up of your regular dive buddy, I would think that she would be understanding and encourage you to go. Maybe you should do some diving that you think she might not be so interested in. If that fails, beg, bribe, lie, cheat, steal etc until you get your fix.
     
  8. maj2

    maj2 Contributor

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    Location: Windsor, Ontario Canada
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    We had our little girl in November. Although she has definitely cut into the diving time, she does make it fun to be dry. Good Luck!
     
  9. Leni

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    you could always go snorkling, the water is meant to be very relaxing for mother and child before birth...i think
    train 'em while they're young
     
  10. junior diver

    junior diver Contributor

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    I went snorkling with sting rays when I was 6 years old! My dad had a part time job at a aquarium and got me into the tank after hours.
     

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