In this video, men discuss how to deal with paternal emotion.
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Chris Brooks: We’re talking about all the things about fatherhood. The best way for me is going to be in the morning. The first time in the morning, when the baby comes out and then with the -- into the bed and it’s just so smiling, just doesn’t stop smiling obviously, when he is looking at me. I used one another like it’s he is just -- which one he find out -- location done I don’t get it. Oh, yeah but it 8o clock in the morning so it doesn’t matter. Male Speaker: This is for where you talks whether -- Damion Queva: Is -- also the fact that going back to almost back because I kind of crave that -- if we given them so, I’ve remember you know tomorrow taken up that this room on my chest just been able to pouch that and I could lay there for hours without just like that. I felt like I -- I just was so happy we were been and because all those times so much -- and that was all connect I think that’s when we might all kind of ultimate connection for a first thing in the morning as well. Kevin Day: I’m sorry I don’t think, I become a real dad to use about to -- I didn’t really think myself as a popper father not just because I wasn’t there for a there longer time. Now she is suppose to having his breastfeed but because I felt my roll was limited and so Ally was the nurture of the provider that was lack of love and I do everything I could and I was -- I didn’t really feel like a proper dad, slightly older to them I could take more, have more influence on how he was developing sort of thing. Its people say what’s up with -- you can’t begin to describe it, there is so many miles. We just love each others company because he is such a good child, it’s such an pretty good company out I just when she is not there and I just look forward to the day so we had just on a weekend in North, just three of us because it develops my parents but just as times and just three of us in a little hotel room or -- it is fantastic and you know for you like it and I have been I have done a lot of stuff and also happy experiences I’m lucky -- I’m having a little more -- of that. Just four of there not being there, so that the anyway, its is well think it how awfully would be if he was in there so I just missing, I went even known -- Jonathan Wills: Talked about us through the happiest things I mean bizarrely for me and I did what it is what happens -- but actually that the happiest thing is almost when I’m crying with because actually I could I’m not kind of the it -- for the first couple of years they went to school, I couldn’t go into it and I send -- I obviously standing on my cameras -- tears, and actually he got through the stage were almost Kevin Day: What do you first do as a parent, just brought rough self and really lovely -- we send them in you’ll cry -- that’s all about so if you will when I thought -- but you can’t because the difference is it’s an only child. I just wonder we talk about every children not enough -- I mean strain but I think of all kind of imagine share that love I can’t imagine I’ve been have the second child and the -- you obviously do and worried about that -- Chris Brooks: For Harry is really he was born six months ago and it was right because the love of -- was so immense and say when it is go place and things upon I was worried about that and then when Harry was born I don’t why it just normal. Jonathan Wills: It’s absolutely -- it’s not the same as always. You have a different obviously anyway for mine of three girls I have a different -- I love them all as much but it’s a very different and you know we went to the school somebody with the when she was just born -- and she was just seeing and sitting my knee and the headmaster have heard that he said birthday but I was all in control and everything and they probably that and we go to birthday as well where it is -- Kevin Day: Really it’s sounds okay, most emotional and I have an emotional -- I did sense is when is when you see them trying really not to do something, when