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post #1 of 19 Old 08-13-2009, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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I'm a Dad!

Macie was born one week ago, been a little busy but here is a photo:

"Say hello to my little friend" Macie Clark, Christmas 2010

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Congrats Jeffrey! I saw the "family" photo....what a great start to fatherhood!
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Congrats!

No problem...that will buff right out.
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Beautiful!
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Congratulations! T minus 8 days for me till I join you on that sleepless boat.
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Remember that life you used to have? Well you can forget about it.

You'll find that your new life will make that easy, though.
Great looking kid. Congratulations.

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Congratulations. Ours was born on May 31st. Let me tell you, the first 4-6 weeks were pretty difficult, then it got a little better. If you don't have a Miracle Blanket for sleeping at night I highly recommend it.
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Congratulations enjoy them when they're young. My youngest is 15 and oldest 21.
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Congratulations! This is one of the best events in your life. Enjoy every moment because the years will go by so fast. Mine are teenagers now and I can't believe how fast that happened. Although it's nice to be able to talk to your kids as young adults (usually), I miss the early days when they were so small.
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Congrats Jeff,
Beautiful baby, welcome to the real world. One day at a time,
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Congratulations on the newest addition to your family. Absolutely beautiful.
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Congrats to your family, she is beautiful. I agree life as you know it is done. Also I am convinced the more kids you have the faster time speeds up. Enjoy and cherish every moment, before you know it they are all grown up............



Also, you and momma aren't a team, your a couple. Sometimes it can feel like you two become two buisness partners in the buisness of raising kids. Set aside a date night so that you two remember each other and are able to hang out as a couple, not a team......

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Congrats dude. The fun begins. I told my 10 y.o. daughter the other night the only reason that people become parents is so they can create people, then rule them so they can give them disappointing answers when they ask to have their own cell phone. She didn't think that was to funny.
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Congrats. Your life is going to change quite a bit. Enjoy it.

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Well done, Jeffrey! Now you'll never be short of woodworking projects!

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Congrats. You are in for a new and exciting ride that can't be described with words. Enjoy every second you can with that new Baby b/c they grow really quick my friend..

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Congratulations to you and your wife! She's a cutie!

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Congrats!!!! It's an awesome felling to become a dad!!

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