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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Libba sure is a different cat. He was in the Social Club on Friday night sporting some sort of man bun arrangement on the top of his head and revealed he had just purchased 2 pet guinea pigs named Big Papa and G Unit (if memory serves).

    Also enjoyed his answer to Danny's query about whether he could make an unlikely return should we somehow go deep into September this year - said he wouldn't be available as the Asian AFL championships would be on.
    He wouldn't be the first Liberatore to make a miraculous comeback from an ACL.

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    Congrats Tom and partner.

    That moment there-where they hand you that little bundle-that's the greatest moment in your life. Footy, premierships and the rest takes second spot to the bub. And that sense of sorting your priorities is when you start to mature. I think that Tom's best footy is about to be played.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post

    That moment there-where they hand you that little bundle-that's the greatest moment in your life. Footy, premierships and the rest takes second spot to the bub. And that sense of sorting your priorities is when you start to mature. I think that Tom's best footy is about to be played.
    I dunno, 2016 GF day was right up there.

    You can always have more kids. Premierships are mch harder to come by, especially for Dogs fans.
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    So, 2038 draft?
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    Can't believe Tom has had a child at 27 years old. Good luck to him and his partner, hope it all works out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    Congrats Tom and partner.

    That moment there-where they hand you that little bundle-that's the greatest moment in your life. Footy, premierships and the rest takes second spot to the bub. And that sense of sorting your priorities is when you start to mature. I think that Tom's best footy is about to be played.


    You can't begin to understand the emotion if you haven't done it, it's impossible to explain
    Don’t know if his best footy is still in front of him or not, but this will definitely focus him and hopefully give him a sense of purpose in his footy as his career. Would love to see him back to his 2016 form - god he was impactful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshMac View Post
    Don’t know if his best footy is still in front of him or not, but this will definitely focus him and hopefully give him a sense of purpose in his footy as his career. Would love to see him back to his 2016 form - god he was impactful!
    He's always seemed to be a player that has responded very well to challenges and hopefully this might be the spur to really get stuck into it this year. I remain very hopeful that despite his injury setbacks we will see a very good version of Tom Liberatore on the park this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Can't believe Tom has had a child at 27 years old. Good luck to him and his partner, hope it all works out.
    What's the issue with his age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go_Dogs View Post
    What's the issue with his age?
    It's a little on the young side these days. The western suburbs tend to be awash with twenty something parents angry at the world because they had kids in their teen years and now think they hold them back. I don't think that 27 is too young but I can see why some would.
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    Normal age I would have
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    Wonderful news for Tom and family , and fingers crossed the footballer gene is passed on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go_Dogs View Post
    What's the issue with his age?
    No Issue, just unusual in this day and age

    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    It's a little on the young side these days. The western suburbs tend to be awash with twenty something parents angry at the world because they had kids in their teen years and now think they hold them back. I don't think that 27 is too young but I can see why some would.
    I wonder what the average age is these days

    Edit: Just checked, the average age now is over 30 for women
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    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    No Issue, just unusual in this day and age



    I wonder what the average age is these days

    Edit: Just checked, the average age now is over 30 for women
    I had my first at 28 and thought it was a bit old, always wanted two but the next one had to wait 5 years due to mortgage etc.
    Funny I mentioned to my son last May he is now the same age as me when I had him , his reponse was gee that’s young.
    I think it depends on how many kids you want I would think the perfect age would be around 31-33 to have your last child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ledge View Post
    I think it depends on how many kids you want I would think the perfect age would be around 31-33 to have your last child.
    Perfect for who? There is no "perfect age", everybody is different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Perfect for who? There is no "perfect age", everybody is different.
    Well you don’t want to be to old to do things with them when they are older but You want to have experienced life before you have children , so personally I think 27 is a good age,your in your 40s when they are in their teens.
    Just an opinion.
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