January 22, 2010, Newsletter Issue #269: Babies Don't Cry When they are Happy

Tip of the Week

Patience is an acquired trait. No one is born patient, in fact, we are born impatient. We are always crying when we are hunger, crying when we need our diaper changed, crying when we are tired; you'll see very soon how impatient we start out in this life. How do we become patient Dad, or Super Dad? The road begins with your diet. You'll notice that your baby will only cry when something is wrong or when they need something; babies don't cry when they are happy and neither do you.
A healthy diet, daily exercise and living for today will result in being a patient Dad.
A healthy diet consists of eating foods with high water content, basically raw fruits and vegetables. Give it a try, they're delicious. Did you ever try eating raw corn? It's amazingly sweet. Where do you think they get corn syrup from? Drink a half gallon of water per day and you will no longer need the morning cup of coffee. Caffeine is one of the worst drinks for patient Dad. Caffeine makes patient Dad turn into highly irritable father.
Stop drinking caffeine.
Daily exercise can be a brief mile walk or a four mile run or anything in between. Just try to get a 30 minute workout in 3 - 5 days per week. More than likely, your wife will want to join you. Low impact exercise is good for her during the first trimester. Living for today is just another way of saying to live in the now. You can't change the past, the future is a dream and the only certainty you have is what is happening at this moment - learn to live it to the best of your potential. When you master these three life rules, you will a patient Dad or Super Dad.  

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