The joy of becoming a father has kept All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina at home with his new baby son. Muliaina had been expected to arrive in Hong Kong from Auckland yesterday but has pulled out of tomorrow's test, opting to stay at home with son Max. The absence of the 65-test veteran, the All Blacks' most experienced back, will be a blow to coach Graham Henry, who had named him in the starting line-up on Tuesday. Muliaina will be replaced by Auckland utility Isaia Toeava, while uncapped Wellington fullback Cory Jane comes on to the reserves bench. Jane is the second new cap in the side along with Wellington teammate Hosea Gear on the right wing.