I'm a Daddy

Ronan Izrail Boren arrived on October 10th at 6:37PM Pacific time. He is twenty inches long and weighs seven lbs. Both he and mom are doing just fine. He has the standard issue ten fingers, ten toes, two eyes, and a nose.  Daddy is ecstatic and exhausted.  The experience was intense.  We went through ten hours of induction, three hours of labor,  and a c-section before hearing the cry that changes everything.

43 thoughts on “I'm a Daddy

  1. Congratulation 🙂
    children are guests for a certain time.

    have fun, sleepless nights 😉

    Ronan Izrail Boren keep well and fit!

    I wish you well

  2. hey hey Ryan!

    It’ll be a time of sleepless nites with the constant feeding,
    the different advices on how to bring up your child from the different relatives of your family.

    At least, this is wat happens to us in the Asian Culture! 🙂

    Congrats once again! 🙂

  3. Hi, congratulations! I’m also a new Daddy! My son was born October 4th! As a present, I clicked on a bunch of your AdSense links! Congratulations again!

  4. It’s about time we had a new baby Boren in the family. Congratulations! Aunt Betty and Uncle Jamie, Allen,TX

  5. Warmest congratulations to you and your family, Ryan!

    I know exactly what you mean when you say “…the cry that changes everything.” The only time in my life that I have been truly speechless was when I first looked at and heard my baby girl for the first time. I’m the one who sobbed like a baby! 🙂

    Best of luck.

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  7. What a sweet boy – and how attentive he is on the photos. Congrats from a father of 3 very sweet daughters!
    May health and happiness be upon him!
    (Alles Gute fuer die Zukunft)

  8. hey congrats on having your first child i almost had one but i had a miscarrage well best of luck and best wishes

  9. Hey Congratulations!
    Its always great to be a Daddy. I nervous like a hell when my son was born almost 6 years back. But since then he has grown up and given us great joy. Hopefully– you can enjoy fatherhood to the fullest. Best of luck and may God less the jewel you have!

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