Dad-to-Be Posts Epic Tribute to His Pregnant Wife

This is so, so sweet—but warning: It will give you serious baby daddy envy.

Josh Streeter understands something we wish everyone could grasp: That pregnant women need to be cared for, appreciated, supported and loved. How do we know this? Because Streeter posted an incredibly sweet and supportive message on Facebook. It's going viral and for good reason: It's a simple but powerful reminder that pregnancy isn't just an experience that affects women.

"Pregnancy is the best experience for me. It's taught me so much that I thought I have had already knew, it gives you frustrations, irritation, love, caring more than you ever have, patience and respect," Streeter posted.

He went on to describe how tough pregnancy can be. "It is so much work, (but also heartwarming)," Streeter wrote. "Every second is worth it, it has literally taken my fiancé and took over her body and with all the stress, aching and using the bathroom and sickness throughout the entire day, they hurt, they get so emotional and fatigue and they can't explain why." 

But according to Streeter, there's one simple thing pregnant women need—and it's her partner's responsibility to deliver it. "That's where you come in, make her feel that it's okay to cry, get upset, mad and laugh out of no where and make her feel like she is a damn queen. Because she is creating a life and that is so interesting and amazing to me. Make her smile every damn day because her view of her own self is changing, her hormones are going 2M mph, she gaining weight and she's thinking that it's making her less beautiful but reality is that she's even more beautiful than ever," he wrote.

Ultimately, Streeter claimed that pregnancy has taugh him some really important lessons, calling it "the best school you can attend." Streeter posted a photo of himself holding back his fiancée's hair while she vomits into the toilet to really drive home his point. We think he'll make a wonderful father.

More: A Guy's Guide to Having a Baby

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