Welcome to the World

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This is just to welcome my son, Cale Micheal Baillie, into the world, he was born at 12:16 pm (MST) today, weighing 6 lbs, 13 ounces. I will post pictures soon.
 

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Congratulations. =D
 
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Congratulations!!! Never too soon to sign him up here at PF! :smile:
 
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Congrats! Is he your first?
 
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Welcome to the world Cale Micheal Baillie!
 
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Cool, Neo! Be sure to teach him that gardening and groundskeeping and home-maintenance are FUN! You'll get lots of years of help that way, and with luck, he will realize that these things are fun. I just stacked 1-1/2 cords of firewood today (very carefully, since the stacks are cross-linked and self-supporting with no external support), and I'm sore as hell, but this is the kind of stuff that I've been doing for the past 50+ years. When I was a kid (maybe 12) I asked my neighbor why he split and stacked the firewood he needed to heat his big old family farmhouse and he said that the work kept him young. He was 90 at the time and he lived to within 3 months of 100.
 
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Congrats NeoDevin, and Welcome Cale!!!! :biggrin:
 
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Congrats!!!!!
 
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A Hearty Welcome to Cale Micheal!!!!

Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Mom and Dad,

and many Blessings upon your family immediate and extended! :approve:
 
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Congrats! Is he your first?
Yep, first, probably first of two.

Cool, Neo! Be sure to teach him that gardening and groundskeeping and home-maintenance are FUN! You'll get lots of years of help that way, and with luck, he will realize that these things are fun. I just stacked 1-1/2 cords of firewood today (very carefully, since the stacks are cross-linked and self-supporting with no external support), and I'm sore as hell, but this is the kind of stuff that I've been doing for the past 50+ years. When I was a kid (maybe 12) I asked my neighbor why he split and stacked the firewood he needed to heat his big old family farmhouse and he said that the work kept him young. He was 90 at the time and he lived to within 3 months of 100.
Gardening and groundskeeping will be easier to teach once I move out of this appartment and into a house (hopefully in a year or so). I'm just hoping he doesn't chew up any of my potted plants (I already have a cat to do that).

Congratulations!!! Never too soon to sign him up here at PF! :smile:
I'll get right on that after we get him his first computer.

I have a bunch of pictures, but none of them are digital. I'll get the picture cds, and then post a few.
 
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I'm just hoping he doesn't chew up any of my potted plants (I already have a cat to do that).
:rofl: Well, if it's cat-proofed, it's probably kid-proofed. Don't worry, you have a little time before he can move under his own steam to start moving plants to higher ground, and then a little more time before he'll figure out how to get up to higher ground on his own. :biggrin:

I presume his mom is doing well?

We'll forgive weird, sleep-deprived, typo-filled because you're typing with one hand posts for a couple months too. :wink:
 
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Thats is really a wonderful and speical gift you have given to the world. Many blessings for a wonderful life for your family!
 
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Congratulations!!!!
 
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Congrats! Yay, babies and pictures of babies! Glee! Woo!
 
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Congratulations!!! Never too soon to sign him up here at PF! :smile:
Oh man, the last thing I want to see is you guys sinking so low that your hitting babies with fish!!!!




BTW. Welcome to the newborn!
 
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Cool, another Canadian! Do you know my cousins, the Eta Mesons, in Peterborough?
 
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Congratulations! How does it feel to be a father?
 
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Yea Mom and Dad, and to the little tike too.......
 
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Here's some pictures:

http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/356/picture001mv1.jpg [Broken]

http://img510.imageshack.us/img510/4225/picture002im9.jpg [Broken]

http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/9340/picture005ct0.jpg [Broken]
 
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Awwww.... :!!):!!):!!)

Haha, he's so amazing! Good job! :tongue2: (And good luck!)
 
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How adorable! The last one is the cutest...him in his elephant onesie that is SO big on him. :biggrin:
 
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Here's some pictures:
Sweet!

That first one looks like he is having a pleasant dream. :rofl:

Wonderful! :approve:
 
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Their so cute and cuddly when they just a few days old........
 
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He looks like a happy camper! Yay, Neo!!
 
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Oh what a beautiful child! Thanks for sharing the photos.
 

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