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31st December 2012, 10:25 PM |#11  
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Start getting everything kid proof!

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1st January 2013, 01:25 AM |#12  
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Nah, they'll learn what they shouldn't touch lol. I never kid proofed and they turned out ok. Actually, the one cabinet I put kid proofing on had our plastic bags in it and the damn cat was addicted to licking them and she would get in there and make a mess. So we put a kid lock on there to keep the cat out.
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Kid proof your phone lol. And any cabinets that have chemicals in them. Like under the sink or something.

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2nd January 2013, 04:14 PM |#14  
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Congrats man! I have a 15 month old boy and it's truly the best thing possible. People that don't have kids simply won't get it until they do. The best way I can put it is... see you on the other side of the matrix. Things really will be totally different when you get there. Good luck!

Also, while some people have no problems at all during pregnancy we weren't so lucky... be sure to take good care of the mom and do everything the doctors say. There's more at stake now than just hers our your health.
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hey, make sure you buy her something nice. i didn't buy my wife a gift for my first child so the second birth cost me a Chanel J12.

that is a friendly reminder to everyone out there...

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Grab the defibrillators!! We're bringing this back to life!
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Hey guys first of happy new years. And hipe everyone had a safe and good time. Second I wan to thank everyone for the all the wishes and all the good feed back ty you guys .

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Happy to you also!!
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I built a dual tap keggorator and two weeks after my dumb ass decides to go on a diet :: Palm:: I just filled it back up with yuengling and I'm trying to get a keg of long trail hibernator from my local liquor store. Lost 25 pounds but God do I miss my beer. Been 12 weeks.

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