I told my dh that if the next baby is a boy, I won't be circ'ing him. DH said he doesn't want the baby to look different from himself and he is worried he will compare. I told dh that unless we put the baby in steroids and glue pubic hair to him, he will look different anyway. My dh looked a little shocked but realize he couldn't argue with that. LOL...I got that response from here. Thanks!
I used the argument I saw here and my DH "got it" I think
Besides, it's the baby who's normal. If the dad wants to match HE can restore.
Oh my gosh! I was just thinking of how I would feel if anyone did anything to me to try to make me look more like my parents. uugggh!
What I don't get is why these men don't go out and buy Daddy-son t-shirts? Then everyone would be able to tell they matched without any risk of getting arrested for public indecency violations.
or matching hair cuts
or matching shoes
or a toy car that's the same as dad drives
or my goodness there's about a thousand "just like Daddy" things that could be done.
My DH has salt-and-pepper hair, brown eyes, and a mustache. Our sons have blond hair, blue eyes, and are just starting to grow facial hair (at age 16), but they probably won't ever grow a mustache that looks like their dad's.
If it's OK for fathers and sons to be vastly different in areas that are readily obvious, why is it so important to have penises that look the same (as much as an adult penis would look like a child's penis anyway)?