Congrats Danyl

Written By: - Date published: 10:29 am, October 13th, 2011 - 8 comments
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We’d been missing the Dimpost lately but it seems there was good reason for Danyl abandoning his blog – as of Sunday he’s a dad!

Congratulations to Danyl and Maggie from all of us at the Standard – hopefully the months of sleep deprivation you’re about to endure won’t blunt your political satire 😉

8 comments on “Congrats Danyl”

  1. congrats Danyl, great news.
    enjoy the ride 😉

  2. Cin77 2

    Hey, I don’t know you but congratulations! Babies rock 🙂 especially new ones- before they learn to talk lol

  3. Daveo 3

    Nice! I’ve been wondering why the dim post has been so quiet. This is the best excuse for not blogging ever.

  4. r0b 4

    Congrats to Danyl and family.  Enjoy the ride.

  5. alex 5

    Ah, I was worried you had decided to shut up shop, and after the two funniest pieces of visual satire I have ever seen, but congratulations and good luck.

  6. ianmac 6

    A massive and challenging event Danyl and Maggie. The baby is your connection to immortality. Go well.

  7. billy fish 7

    swaddling and white noise, thats all I have to add
    that and YAY for two excellent people plus another excellent person

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