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Hi All, 

 

Long time lurker here.  I was really into head-fi when I was still single but somehow now with the wife and kid, it seems I don't have any time to dedicate to listening to music anymore.  The most I do is at work, but that is about it.  

 

Seems like other hobbies have gotten in the way (Photography).  

 

So what are some of your experiences when you transition from single life to married with children life? 

 

It just seems like there are never enough time for any relaxing anymore.  

 

Thanks, 

Peter

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Originally Posted by BoyFreak View Post

Long time lurker here.  I was really into head-fi when I was still single but somehow now with the wife and kid, it seems I don't have any time to dedicate to listening to music anymore.  The most I do is at work, but that is about it.  

Seems like other hobbies have gotten in the way (Photography).  

So what are some of your experiences when you transition from single life to married with children life? 

It just seems like there are never enough time for any relaxing anymore.  

I would not know, luckily she was already pregnant from her ex-boyfriend.

It's nice knowing a female can not get knock up by another guy, while she is already pregnant.

post #3 of 5
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Your life will definitely change after the baby.  

Sleepless nights will be the norm. 

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Originally Posted by BoyFreak View Post
 

 

So what are some of your experiences when you transition from single life to married with children life? 

 

It just seems like there are never enough time for any relaxing anymore.  

 

Thanks, 

Peter

 

Not married yet, but some of my audiophile friends spend mainly the weekends for audiophile meetings and stuff. They even teach the kids to appreciate headphones, and good sound. 

 

It is a matter of organizing your time. 


Edited by jackwess - 10/7/13 at 8:42pm
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I think its also a matter of finding a shared hobby.  My little one is too young to appreciate anything besides nap time.  But maybe when he gets a little older we can do a few things together. 

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