Once a misanthrope antinatalist, Yat Bidaya now loves his wife and baby more than anything that you can imagine

Yat Bidaya (name changed) drinks 20 cups of water a day. He says that it keeps him fit like nothing else except his wife – Supaksom’s smile. Yat will do anything to make his wife, be it buying canvas or cotton bags (กระเป๋าผ้าแคนวาส) at 2 AM in the night or baking cookies for her at 4 AM in the morning.

Before his marriage, Yat used to be filled with negative emotions; Yat used to be a misanthrope and antinatalist. He used to live on the top of barren mountain in a villa because he hated living among other human beings. He had to commute a couple of kilometers everyday for his daily needs but it was perfectly okay for him as long as he was living away from the other human beings.

Yat met Supaksom at the wedding of his cousin. Supaksom was the bridesmaid at the wedding and Yat was the best man. The bridesmaid and the best man fell in love on sight. They met a couple of times again accidentally, Supaksom once gave Yat her number with a lame excuse and Yat – who used to believe that he will never date anyone, ran like a dog after Supaksom and went on 7-8 dates with her before finally asking her to marry him. Supaksom was herself waiting for this moment.

Yat, who was not-so-long-ago an antinatalist, now believes that a baby is the greatest gift of god to the parents. He is now even planning to have a second baby as well and to engage more with kids, he wants to start an online business targeted at babies exclusively.