On Saturday May 21st, Sid and I attended a "Bootcamp for New Dads" put on by the local hospital. It was fun and interesting. While we got a lot from the instructor, we maybe got even more "real life" information from the "Veteran Dads" that were there with their children. One Father had 7 1/2 month old Twins, one boy and one Girl; Another Father brought his 12-week-old Son. It was interesting hearing some of the differences between the Singleton versus the Twins ... as you can expect, Sid and I hads LOTS of questions for Twin Dad. However, it was really cool just watching both Dad's interact with their children - they were holding, feeding, diapering and playing with the children. During the 3 hour course, each of the children took a nap (even the 12 year old son of Twin Dad that was there to assist), but the Twin Boy was the winner, with three naps in as many hours. Twin Dad said that the Twin Daughter was clearly more advanced, and learned faster (ok Women, rub it in... Men are slower than women, etc... haha). We also heard that Breastmilk is a wonderful "Cure-all" for all kinds of things, from skin rashes to Pink Eye... who would have thought! I guess it makes sense, as human breastmilk is really the one and only food produced 100% solely for human consumption! Anyway, the course was a little light on structure and info, but just "open discussion" among all the guys there was really interesting (No Girls over 2 feet tall were allowed!).