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vac400

12-12-2013 05:16:01




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Well this is not a story on tractors yet. But we were blessed with a beautiful baby girl yesterday afternoon. My daughter lives in Az. , so it looks like a road trip. 6 pounds 14 ounces, and I will make her my little farmer.
Jerry from Ohio




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axe55

12-12-2013 21:26:39




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congratulations, spoiling them is the fun part.



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justamerecase

12-12-2013 21:20:57




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
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Congratulations. The little ones are so much fun. I never had the time or money to do a lot of things when my kids were little. Now we just take the time. I'm sending a picture of my 5 year old gran daughter plowing with my 89 year old buddy. I ride with her to trip the plow but she does the driving.
Dave

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Case Nutty 1660

12-13-2013 05:00:27




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to justamerecase, 12-12-2013 21:20:57  
Great pic and glad to see you teaching them to love tractors at a young age she will be hooked forever!!



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Don Rudolph

12-12-2013 19:16:54




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congratulations! Those 1st two years are kind of iffy, but when they start calling you Grandpa its all over. Enjoy every minute you can with her, Don



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BAnNC

12-12-2013 16:01:12




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congratulations!!!

Now see how many ways you can spoil her ROTTEN!



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Adirondack case guy

12-12-2013 15:02:53




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congrats, Welcome to the old farts club. HeHe.
Loren



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Ed Turner Camrose

12-12-2013 13:11:39




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congratulations



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fixerupper

12-12-2013 10:58:04




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Some people will use any excuse to get to the warm climates. LOL. Congratulations. You have a right to be proud. Have a safe trip. Jim



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-12-2013 09:46:31




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Just enjoy her they are the best.



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Texas Cowboy

12-12-2013 08:23:15




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congradulations , my grand daughter will be 6 months old next week, on the 20 th. You have never had so much fun. I"m really lucky mine lives about 300 yards away, so I see her every day. Congradulations Again Tony



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John Saeli

12-12-2013 08:05:05




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congratulations from cold New York!! Pray everyone is healthy.



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jon f mn

12-12-2013 07:42:27




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Grandkids are the best!! Congratulations!!!



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Kow Farmer

12-12-2013 07:35:08




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
I'd call that a promotion! LOL
Congratulations. Grandkids are awesome. I have 3 grandsons under 3 years old. They can keep a person very busy.
Kow Farmer Kurt



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Ande

12-12-2013 07:13:16




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Jerry,your a lucky man,but you know that,but now you can collect many more Case"s, as you can say one is for hay rides and this one is for.... and the list can go on and on...
Congradulations!



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s,mac

12-12-2013 06:31:36




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Your name has now changed from Dad to Grandpa. Granddaughters do love there Grandpas. You can spoil them all you want.Steve



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kycase1

12-12-2013 06:26:43




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
Congrats Jerry. My first grand child is due in March. Can't wait. Dennis



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Case Nutty 1660

12-12-2013 05:27:51




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
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CONGRATS!!!!! Jerry!! grandkids are the best, if Mom and Dad don't mind how about a pic someday? here is one of my #2 granddaughter getting a ride with me on the 210 from Tom Graverson, they grow up so fast this was taken in 2011 and she has a one year old sister now cnt tom

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Big Fat Herb

12-12-2013 05:26:16




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 Re: Grandpa in reply to vac400, 12-12-2013 05:16:01  
congratulations



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