As it turns out it is never too late for a man to become a father. This has been proven by an Argentinian doctor who became a father for the third time at retired age.
Alberto Cormilot is a doctor who lives in Buenos Aires. He is 84 years old and became a father for the third time last year. The man was born on August 31, 1938 and has spent his life helping obese people and those with eating disorders. The world heard about him in 2019 when he announced that he was going to marry Estefania Pasquini, who is 48 years younger than him. His decision came as quite a surprise to many people.
In 2021, the couple announced that they were expecting a baby. Little Emilio was born on September 17, 2021. Two days after his birth, the couple returned home. The two agreed that the toddler would not eat sugar or salt until his second birthday.
Alberto also has two adult children from a previous relationship. They are daughter Reneé and son Adrian. The man confessed that after the birth of Emilio, he felt like it was his first child. He began to rediscover all the charms of fatherhood and the pros and cons of caring for a few-month-old baby.
Old Age Doesn’t Have to Be Sad
Alberto dreams of living to 105 and seeing his son graduate. In addition, he proves that seniors do not have to withdraw from active life. They have the right to be happy and old age does not have to be sad and lonely. All it takes is a little will and strength to change one’s life for the better.
A Sheer Joy
Alberto remains active all the time and is an extremely happy father. Life has experienced him several times, but he has never given up. He suffered from cancer and his knees are not in the best condition. Despite this, he enjoys every day and does not mind sorrows.
Alberto plays clarinet for his daughter Reneé and son Emilio.
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