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jon f mn

04-09-2013 17:52:34




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Became a grampa again today!! Emmarie Slama. Details and pic to follow.




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Chuck Machinist

04-11-2013 00:24:25




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 17:52:34  
CONGRATS! G-PAW!



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KEN IND

04-10-2013 03:43:02




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 17:52:34  
nuttin bettern bein a grampa or in my case papaw.



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axe55

04-09-2013 21:21:00




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 17:52:34  
congratulations



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caseman-d

04-09-2013 20:57:46




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congratulations



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Case Nutty 1660

04-09-2013 18:17:03




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 17:52:34  
CONGRATS jon!!!



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fixerupper

04-09-2013 18:02:02




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 17:52:34  
Congratulations. Do you feel any older? Jim



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jon f mn

04-09-2013 18:10:54




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to fixerupper, 04-09-2013 18:02:02  
I'm an old hand at this. I have 5 kids andv2 step children for a total of 10 grandkids now. Pretty hard to make me feel older. Lol



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j hikemper

04-09-2013 18:21:52




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 18:10:54  
that's great jon ,, you got me beat by one now...sara and I have 9 ,, how is the tired mama doing?



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jon f mn

04-09-2013 18:35:22




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 Re: yee haw! in reply to j hikemper, 04-09-2013 18:21:52  
Only one note on FB so far, but all appears to be fine. They won't post pics til their son Damien gets in to see her in the morning. He made them promise to let him be first to see his sister. I think it's 7 hours later there, so 3:30 am now.



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