We just got done playing Gary Allan's "Tough Little Boys" on air and it reminded me of how I cried when my baby girl was born 28 years ago. Did you?

Greg said he didn't cry for his Alex because the pregnancy and delivery were traumatic, but with much less stress the second time, when his dad said, "Looks like we've got a Dusty," Greg broke down, and so did his dad.

Our coworker Andrew said he hasn't cried for his three babies, but rather gets flooded with that emotion when the child is a little older and develops some personality.

No reason to be self conscious, we're just curious: Did you cry when your child(ren) were born?