What do you get when you cross a Warlock with a Shadow Priest? I'm not exactly sure, but it's bound to have a crap-ton of DPS. And I mean that almost literally -- doo doos per second, if you will. =)
My wife and I found out yesterday morning that we're pregnant with out first child. It's a very surreal moment in our lives to say the least, and we're both very excited and look very much forward to parenthood.
With that said, we're also wondering how having a child will affect free aspects of our daily lives, which we've come to enjoy, needless to say. "Together" time, hobbies, being able to just pick up and go wherever we wanted on a whim, and World of Warcraft, for example. I mean, raising a child is basically a full-time job in it's own right, especially during the early years, so what will become of our time and how we currently choose to spend it?
Obviously, I can't say for sure, but I'd like to think that raising a child doesn't mean we must totally neglect our own individual preferences. From what I've learned within the trade of Child Development, raising a child and having "personal" time are not mutually exclusive. They compete with one another, sure, but with planning, they don't have to replace one another.
Even still, I don't see many new parents out and about with their young. I don't see many at the movies (thank goodness), at restaurants (thank goodness), or even at the local park. Infact, I don't know many new parents that get out much at all for that matter, and I definitely don't know of many that play WoW.
It'll be interesting to see, first-hand, just how this experience will change my play habits, and my daily routine in general. I'm confident I'll still have my way, but there's always that shade of a doubt. Afterall, they call this a "life changing event" for a reason.
Time to budget some diapers. I wonder if they make them with Resilience?