He says that being a dad of multiples brings a different perspective and challenges. Um, yeah. I could have told you that. I think I would be running around pulling my hair out.
Not Dennis though. He’s taking it one day at a time and said that it’s much easier this time around. The time that’s passed since the birth of his oldest son Jack Henry, 17, and the twins has given him the time to accept all the changes that life has to offer you.
“You don’t freak out at every sniffle and every trip and fall. It’s not such a shock, changing diapers and getting up in the night.” He did say “it’s harder because there’s two of them. One’s going one way, and the other’s going the other. You go from man-to-man to zone defense.”
Sounds fun doesn’t it? I’m so happy for him and his wife. They seem to be doing very well, and yes, I can’t wait to see G.I.Joe: The Rise of Cobra. it looks fun