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lol, i'm just getting prepared, for when it happens. Laughing!!!!


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Very lucky man.
Your wife looks beautiful!!!!!

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Very lucky man.
Your wife looks beautiful!!!!!
i would have to agree
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Congratulations on your news. Kinda funny but I too live in MN and just had twin girls 6 weeks ago.

Get your sleep now!

You didn't say if you have other kids or not. If not you might be better off in that you don't know what it is like to only have one at a time(we have a 2yr old son).

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Congratulations on your news. Kinda funny but I too live in MN and just had twin girls 6 weeks ago.

Get your sleep now!

You didn't say if you have other kids or not. If not you might be better off in that you don't know what it is like to only have one at a time(we have a 2yr old son).

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Lol. No we do not have any kids and i am getting my sleep now..

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Congratz on the twins how wonderful, your going to be busy busy busy! Wanna sell your woodworking tools your not going to need them for awhile! Just kidding, Ha Ha.
Kidding maybe, but there is truth in it. My girl was born last december and with my shop in the basement I cant run the tools when she is asleep. When she is awake and im home, I have the baby so my wife can have a break (she is a stay at home mom.) So I have found little time for woodworking. However she is worth the trade off by far.
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Kidding maybe, but there is truth in it. My girl was born last december and with my shop in the basement I cant run the tools when she is asleep. When she is awake and im home, I have the baby so my wife can have a break (she is a stay at home mom.) So I have found little time for woodworking. However she is worth the trade off by far.
My shop is in the garage and the baby room is right over it.. All the tools but the router are quite so maybe i will still get time in the shop without waking them up :)

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If you can great, but if you cant as often then just remember ...rocking horses, rattles, and teething rings first....then make that bowl or entertainment center. :)
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Congrats!!! Kids are a wonderful thing. Mine have changed my entire outlook on life. My 2 youngest are 1 and 2 so close but I couldnt imagine having 2 new borns at the same time. Your gonna be a busy busy man!! Be sure and wax all your tool beds so they dont rust. They are gonna get a break for sure!!

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Congrats we just had our first last fri its a amazing thing :)
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Awesome! Congratulations! Maybe the hum of power tools will lull them to sleep and your wife will beg you to go turn.
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Awesome! Congratulations! Maybe the hum of power tools will lull them to sleep and your wife will beg you to go turn.
Lol. Thats a good theory...

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Lol. Thats a good theory...
Some nights my nephews and nieces would not fall asleep unless their carry-crib was put in the car ... the instant the engine turned over, they'd be away.

Who knows, maybe woodworking tools would have the same effect ... has to be worth a try

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Some nights my nephews and nieces would not fall asleep unless their carry-crib was put in the car ... the instant the engine turned over, they'd be away.

Who knows, maybe woodworking tools would have the same effect ... has to be worth a try

Hope all is well with you and especially your wife & her precious cargo.
One way find out i guess. And she's doing very well thank you :)

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