I did not think anything could top that beautiful day last October, when I witnessed my beautiful bride boogying her way down the aisle, but I was wrong.
For Christmas, Amy gave me a special present - she presented me with a bag, which contained two of the cutest baby boots you've ever seen - and wore a huge smile on her face!
I must admit, it took me a while to work out what exactly she was trying to tell me, because I was just in sheer shock! After all, I don't think the boots would fit me!
So if if you hadn't already guessed we are having a baby!!!
When I eventually got my head around this amazing development - I burst into tears - as you could imagine.
A lot of my closest friends have had kids in the last few years - while I have been recovering from my brain injury - which obviously I am over the moon about.
But if I'm honest, it always came with a tinge of envy, because I feel my life has been slightly delayed by my brain injury.
I try not to look over the neighbours' garden fence and compare myself to other people in my life - but I think it is only human to do so.
But as over the moon as I am about the news, I will be honest with you - I am also absolutely terrified! But I hear from fellow fathers that is completely normal!
The main thing which scares me is simply being able to hold my baby without somehow dropping them - as my left hand is still rather weak!
They say becoming a parent changes you - for the better.
It makes you less focussed on yourself because suddenly you have this tiny little person to put first.
Therefore, maybe I will not focus so much on myself and my brain injury anymore, because I have something far more important in my life.
Understandably, as you can imagine, we have been on a whistle-stop tour of the country recently - from the East Midlands to the South coast - to tell our respective families first, but we just thought it would be easier to write one sweeping big blog post to let everyone else know!
So if anybody has any parenting advice, then please pass it onto me - I welcome any tips.