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Re: Two little helpers both started school today!!!

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08-21-2013 08:41:33

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TRiplets.........Holy Cow! Can you imagine what it would have been like to have had one birth provide three of them?? By the way never did tell us the sequel to the one little grandson's painting of his mothers car?? DId you or he ever get up the nerve to tell her?

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08-21-2013 16:13:17

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 Re: Two little helpers both started school today!!! in reply to randallinMo, 08-21-2013 08:41:33  
There are some things left best alone. LMAO His Mom was POED big time. The insurance had to repair the damage done by the other car any way so the Grandson's paint job really did not cause any long term effects. I kind of coached him to not talk about it. His butt is much safer this way. Us guys have to stick together.

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08-22-2013 06:01:47

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 Re: Two little helpers both started school today!!! in reply to JD Seller, 08-21-2013 16:13:17  
Ah man.......that truly IS some funny stuff there! 'Especially the "coaching" on your part! You know the daughter-in-law has "somebody" implicated in the painting of her car. 'Feel sorry for that poor old dude. Hopefully she hasn't "returned the favor" upon them yet! Funny stuff!!

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08-21-2013 14:54:16

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 Re: Two little helpers both started school today!!! in reply to randallinMo, 08-21-2013 08:41:33  
Lyle can tell you a lot about triplets. His just got driving permits; won't be long that they'll each want a car!!!

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