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kevbone

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Kevbone’s birthday must be in January.

 

:lmao:

 

Either that or he's partying too hard on New Year's Eve. :-)

 

(I've got two kids born in Oct, and no, my bday is not in Jan)

 

 

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My wife and I are expecting another child. Funny thing is that the due date is on Miles’ birthday. What are the odds of he/she being born on 10/15?

 

Congrats. The little people rule. :brew:

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Kevbone’s birthday must be in January.

 

:lmao:

 

Either that or he's partying too hard on New Year's Eve. :-)

 

(I've got two kids born in Oct, and no, my bday is not in Jan)

 

I didn't ever give my conception much thought. In fact, I tried to avoid the subject. But when my ex became a l&d nurse she was playing with the little wheel that predicts the due date and was running it backwards to see when some of us were likely concieved. Mine landed right on July 4 which also happened to be the exact day my ex was born. Now that is cosmic. To this day, she thinks she owns me.

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Bryan (crimper) and his wife just had there second child on Sat night. Beautiful baby girl named Luna. Way to go!

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Add 'beaconben' (Ben) to the list:

 

There’s now one more climber in this fair world~ Asher Benjamin Priestley was born last night (Sunday 3/16/08) around 10:30. He’s a big guy, 9.5 lbs. Everything went smooth, Beth and baby are resting well and expected home today. - from Uncle Isaac

 

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Good job to the men for getting it done!

They're just sperm donerrz... :rolleyes:

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Good job to the men for getting it done!

 

hahahaha.....I say good job to the women for doing all the work!

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Good job to the men for getting it done!

 

hahahaha.....I say good job to the women for doing all the work!

 

As I said. See my post immediately above.

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Good job to the men for getting it done!

 

hahahaha.....I say good job to the women for doing all the work!

 

Thank you for the acknowledgement. It hard to put into words how much work child birth really is.

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hmmm...i've always thought the child raising was so much harder than the actual birth. that just happened.

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I should have said how painful it is.

 

i'm not sure that would've changed my response. i think the child raising part is painful too ;)

 

 

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yep, kevbone it is. its all a big bed of roses. parenting, like childbirth, (which you apparently know a bit about) is always a piece of cake.

 

its pain and joy and exhilaration and exhaustion and craziness and pride and worry and excitement and everything

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I should have said how painful it is.

 

i'm not sure that would've changed my response. i think the child raising part is painful too ;)

 

 

my wife never ever complains about the births (a long forgotten memory), but she's got a lot to say about the day to day. :-)

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its pain and joy and exhilaration and exhaustion and craziness and pride and worry and excitement and everything

 

Well said there minx. I feel the payoff for watching my child grow is so much bigger than pain.

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You can paraphrase that sentiment when you need to whip their ass(es):

 

"The joy you should realize, much bigger than the pain, is of me allowing you to grow."

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Any new baby pictures? Anyone....anyone.....

 

Okay.

 

Happy Easter

Bunney4.jpg

 

Shralping the Gnarl

Shralping_the_gnarl.jpg

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Any new baby pictures? Anyone....anyone.....

 

I'll bite

 

marshall_with_blocks.jpg

 

Great picture....how old now? Miles is almost 18 months....

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More...

 

Araya at ~22 months. What in the hell happened? Were's my baby? Oh wait there it is, another one coming......

 

2313933929_f774f90c7f_b.jpg

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Cute boots. My son had something similar to those when he was your daughter's age.

They looked kinda scary to me... :o

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