10 signs he's ready to become a dad

Run through this checklist to see if your spouse is getting set to settle down to becoming a parent!

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“Will I be able to support the family financially? Will I be a good dad?  Will I ever sleep peacefully again?” Many men will have qualms about their ability to care for a child as parenting is really tough job.

He will have need to be a nurturer, a teacher, a provider, and a pillar of support for his family all rolled into one ― a very big responsibility to undertake.

Indeed, it did take actor George Clooney 56 years to become a father of twins Ella and Alexander. By the way, even if your man is ready, he might not know it himself, so, you’ll have to spot the signs that he is game to take your marriage to the next level! Here’s how to tell that your fella is ready for fatherhood:

1. He has developed an interest in kids

It could be your relative, neighbour, or some random baby that the both of you spot at the grocery store, but you have started to notice that your honey seems more interested in the little ones now. He’ll be smiling at them, making funny faces in public to make the cuties laugh, and commenting non-stop about how adorable babies are.

2. He forwards baby videos to you every day

Receiving videos of his baby nephew or Facebook notifications that your hubby has tagged you in another “cute baby laughing” video is a daily occurrence now. Maybe he finally sees the appeal in filling your home with the sound of children’s laughter, instead of turning the television up to full volume or blasting heavy metal music all weekend long.

You have started to notice that your honey seems more interested in the little ones now. He’ll be smiling at them, making funny faces in public to make the cuties laugh.

3. He wants a pet

He is not referring to a pet goldfish, or something that is easy to take care of. He wants a big loving mutt, which is almost the same as having a child. Both can be cuddled, both slobber quite a bit, and both require attention 24/7. Instead of getting a dog, why not convince him he should have a baby? A baby won’t steal his socks (probably) or leave fur all over the house (although they do create other types of mess). But hey, a baby will eventually learn to speak and communicate with you, and that is something a dog can never do.

4. He says that you will be a great mum

If he is imagining you carrying a baby, rocking her to sleep,  as well as feeding and taking care of her, and just being a great mum overall, he must have imagined himself holding the little bundle in his arms, too. Why not turn his imagination into reality?