Becoming Dad

M.A. Jackson

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Becoming Dad

Becoming Dad Dear Author It s been seven months since I have been deployed It s been nine months since we found our surrogate So much has happened in so little time It should be happening anytime now our baby comi

  • Title: Becoming Dad
  • Author: M.A. Jackson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: ebook
  • Dear Author,It s been seven months since I have been deployed It s been nine months since we found our surrogate So much has happened in so little time It should be happening anytime now our baby coming into the world I hated leaving him to handle this alone I should be home in three months The baby will be here and I can finally meet him her Please tell our story Dear Author,It s been seven months since I have been deployed It s been nine months since we found our surrogate So much has happened in so little time It should be happening anytime now our baby coming into the world I hated leaving him to handle this alone I should be home in three months The baby will be here and I can finally meet him her Please tell our story Photo Description A man, his broad, bare, and tattooed back facing the photographer, holds a small, sleeping newborn baby Tiny hands and fingers stretch out across the man s shoulders, almost clutching a set of dog tags that rest over the scripted, Old English style inked word of Family.This story was written as a part of the M M Romance Group s Love is an Open Road event Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story This story may contain sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers It may contain content that is disagreeable or distressing to some readers The M M Romance Group strongly recommends that each reader review the General Information section before each story for story tags as well as for content warnings.

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    1. SheReadsALot on said:

      Aw.This was a sweet established couple story about a solider returning home in Massachusetts to his newborn twin boys and hubs. A lot of cooing and awing about the babies and their smells. Oh and the towels and their smells. And the house and the decor and the subtle changes. And the baby proofing. And the uniform cloth texture.Oh and there was a shower hand job too.Yeah. It was sweet. Very sweet.I think the length was perfect because my attention span for sweet established couples is quite smal [...]

    2. Dalia on said:

      D'aww. The photo to this prompt is amazing. And this story is so adorable. I wish it was longer.

    3. Catherine on said:

      A truly adorable story about a sexy man in uniform returning home from a tour of duty to a loving husband and his two newborn sons. Yup. That right there? That was the sound of my ovaries exploding. Uh in a good way.While the whole thing was cute, I thought the author did a particularly good job with the opening scene. The disorientation and anticipation and sheer joy that I see on the faces of every serviceman and woman that I see returning from combat on the videos I watch on YouTube (because [...]

    4. ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ on said:

      Becoming Dad offers a nice interpretation of the prompt (and that gorgeous prompt image) and is a very sweet slice-of-life story.I wanted to know more about Alex and Kyle, but what we learned made me smile. These two are a solid couple and will make wonderful daddies. Alex's description of baby smell as "Baby Magic" was adorable!

    5. ♣ Irish Smurfétté ♣ on said:

      Well, this is sweet, humorous, and relays the realistic anxiety and excitement about, not just arriving back home but, meeting your babies for the first time.Some of the phrasing was awkward, like six words were squeezed into a space meant for four. It didn't lessen the joy and exhaustion and wonderment both Kyle and Alex were feeling.What a lovely story. Totally worth the read.

    6. Amy on said:

      Beautiful picture prompt. Very sweet story. Brought back many memories of having a newborn at home.

    7. Sheri on said:

      If you need a smileis is bursting with happy feelz. New daddy coming come from deployment is welcomed by his husband and newborn twin boys.Short.Sweet.Smiles all around.

    8. Trisha Harrington on said:

      This was an adorable little story!I would have liked a little more about the guys, Alex and Kyle, as a couple. But what we did get of them was enough to make me smile.The babies were really cute, too.

    9. Lori on said:

      Well, that was adorable. I loved it! Maybe especially poignant for me as my sister was a surrogate for my brother and his partner.

    10. Meep on said:

      Thanks to the author for participating and offering this freebie.It's a sweet story of a homecoming soldier meeting his babies for the first time. Many will like it. The writing style didn't work for me - I got more of an impression of the weather than the reunion - but that's one-of-those things, we all read differently.

    11. Sandra on said:

      Free from the M/M Romance group's Love Is An Open Road event. I can only imagine that this sort of thing happens quite a bit - a soldier coming home from deployment to meet his newborn babies for the very first time.I liked how the author captured the wonder of that, plus settling back into life state-side after being gone for so long, the reunion with his husband, the musings at the changes - this all sounded very realistic to me.Well done.

    12. KatieMc on said:

      Family, homecoming, and domestic bliss. My first DRitC read of this year's event!

    13. BWT (Belen) on said:

      Cute, super short ficlet about an air force mechanic who, after a year deployed, returns home to his husband and their newborn identical twins sons.I felt like it ended abruptly, but I was reading from the prompt, so maybe when it's downloadable it'll be longer?

    14. Ami on said:

      Thank you so much to the author who have participated in this eventThis 5k short story is basically a slice-of-life; the day when Kyle, a soldier who has been away for a tour of duty, is going home to be reunited with his husband and his new babies (twins!!). I love stories about established couple and I could definitely get the vibe on how Kyle and Alex loved each other very well. The idea of Kyle adjusting his life with the new babies is also adorable; fumbling with mistakes and all. It was sw [...]

    15. Kristan on said:

      A short, sweet story (with some spice) about a soldier, Kyle, adjusting to new changes after coming home from a years deployment overseas. Reuniting with his husband and meeting his babies for the first time, this is a snippet of a couple I'd love to read more about.Love the prompt picture (hot!) and wonderful prompt.My thanks to the author for their time and participation in the Love is an Open Road event.

    16. Rissa (an M/M kinda Girl!!) on said:

      Great Start to this years writing event!This story was short, sweet with a little smexin' on the side (or in the shower as the case may be!).Thanks to the author for taking the time to write this story for us!

    17. Tully Vincent on said:

      Sweet and brings back poignant returning from sea memories

    18. Steelwhisper on said:

      3Perfectly filling the prompt, a bit sweet with a touch of step incest.

    19. Tess on said:

      Sweet, very short story of a man coming back from Afghanistan to meet his twin babies and see his man.

    20. Ele on said:

      Very cute, very sweet story. I'd like to learn more about the couple. I liked them together in these few pages. Good job!

    21. Lorraine Lesar on said:

      Oh my, so sweet. Thoroughly enjoyed it and would make a great full length story (hint, hint, author).

    22. Serena Yates on said:

      What a great story. It's got two men who are very much in love, one of them a soldier coming home to a somewhat enlarged family, and some very hot reunion activities.Kyle has missed a lot while he was stationed in Afghanistan, and he is both excited to see his husband Alex again, and a little intimidated that they now have twins. He knew about it, of course, but the practice is different from the theory. As expected, dealing with two babies isn't as easy as it sounds - the description of him att [...]

    23. Jennifer☠Pher☠ on said:

      So much feeling for such a shorty.I don't want him to go back but the homecoming was beautiful.A very nice story.Thanks to all the Group members who provided awesome prompts with lovely pictures, the authors for writing free stories based on those prompts for all of us to read for free and the M/M Romance Group for all their hard work in putting this years Don’t Read in the Closet event, Love is an Open Road, together.

    24. K on said:

      Short contemporary storyKyle is returning home from a tour duty in Afghanistan and meeting his twin sons for the first time, and being reunited with his long term partner Alex. This is a glimpse of the first few hours home but a very sweet reunion story.

    25. Bookwatcher on said:

      Cute Well written and adorableCertainly a writer to keep an eye on future releases

    26. Ameena on said:

      Thanks to the author for the effort and participating in this event and offering this freebie.First of all I just wanna say how much I love these events for the past couple of years it has been an enjoyment to read all of those incredible stories, for me it is a great opportunity to get to know new authors and read new themes in the M/M romance genre.This was the first story I read in this year's event and it was a good start, I loved the photo and the story was so smooth, nice and very lovely i [...]

    27. Lila Hunter on said:

      Loved this little snippet. For me, everything felt on point since I'm a military spouse. At least my husband was there when all the kids were born; even when he had to deploy less than 3 hrs after our youngest one was born.The author did great showing the feelings of the returning airman. And, how difficult readjustment could be.I would love to read Kyle & Alex's story. How they became husbands, and if DADT was part of it or not.

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