Benefits of becoming a father later in life

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Benefits of becoming a father later in life

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In my case, so I'm 49 and my daughter's 10, so I had her when I was 39. What was great was that I had experienced so much of what I wanted in life in terms of being crazy and wild and partying and girls and travel that the sacrifices that we make, that we have to make to be good parents is easy for me. Because I don't feel like I'm giving anything up, I don't feel like I'm missing anything. I get called all the time, "You wanna go to Europe on a ski trip with some buddies?" And I do them when I can, but for the most part I stay around. I want to be a parent that's present. So I think if I were younger, I wouldn't feel that way. And I joke that if I were a minute younger, I'd be too young, and if I were a minute older, I'd be too tired.

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As an Emmy and Golden Globe nominee, Rob Morrow is a critically acclaimed actor, writer, and director with an established career in television spanning over three decades. He is best known for his Emmy Award-nominated role in “Northern Exposure” and for starring in the long-running CBS hit drama, “Numb3rs”. Rob lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles.

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