24 Things No One Tells You About Becoming A Dad
You’re going to need to know this stuff before you’re someone’s old man.
When you’re out and about with your kid — but not your partner — someone will probably ask if you’re “babysitting.”
You'll want to say, “Actually, it's called 'parenting' when it's your own kid,” but it's best just to smile and move on.
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Also, pretty women will smile at you a lot more than normal, but it’s because of your kid.
This is important to remember so you don't make a fool of yourself.
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You shouldn’t expect to immediately be a master at packing the car for family trips.
Trunk space management is a learned skill, and your dad packed many, many cars before he became the Tetris champ you know and love today.
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You’re going to get kicked in the balls… a lot.
Not only kicked, but also punched, elbowed, and head-butted.