Being a father (of a six-week-old boy) is like . . .
*moving into a new place, but a historic home that leaves a lot for discovery;
*pushing the limits of an old car as you drive all night to find that requited love;
*forgetting and remembering everything all at once;
*searching for hours at the local vinyl shop for that one rare jewel;
*finding out that you got an "A" in algebra class;
*hiding in the closet, hoping no one hears you breathing;
*walking out of the doctor's office with a new pair of glass (you quite haven't adjusted);