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Re: Long way

Postby Faster horses » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:22 pm

What is the baby's name? You haven't told us!
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Re: Long way

Postby Big Muddy rancher » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:49 pm

Yes we need a name.

Is the place you got the one you used to visit over near The Devil's Tower?
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Re: Long way

Postby jodywy » Tue Mar 28, 2017 8:57 pm

:clap: :D
RSL wrote:I am sure the move will be exciting, rewarding and stressful in varying degrees and different orders every day. Best of luck.
As for the Grandchild, you could not have picked a better day. I have heard that very many extremely tremendous people are born on March 19th. It is a perfect day for a birthday. :wink:
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Re: Long way

Postby mrj » Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:28 am

jodywy wrote:https://scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/17499312_10155035417436380_6735986542903691806_n.jpg?oh=06df6a411aa0bfa4fb9aa520b70765b6&oe=59695E94

He sure is a cutie! And will probably be a football player, judging by those legs! He is a nice, chubby little guy. Our great grand girls were such scrawny new-borns it was almost scarey to try to hold them. They were very wiggly, too, but just seemed very fragile. But my babies were all over due and the smallest was 8# 13 oz. and 18" long to the biggest being 9# 5oz. and 22" long. The smallest still is, which is nice, since she is the only girl and her brothers are from about 5'9" to 6' 4", while she isn't much over 5' tall.

Hope you get plenty of time to enjoy your little guy, even if you are terribly busy with the move. I've got some work to do with our four year old great grand girl. She is terrified of the tiniest worm, and most bugs. We are working on "bugs that won't hurt us" now. She doesn't buy the fact that one of my younger cousins used to pretend Box Elder bugs were her cows or her pets and she even let them crawl on her hands and arms when she was four years old! But at least she isn't screaming every time she sees one.


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