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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by trcubed, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    Guess who's coming to spend the weekend with grandma and grandpa? Mrstrcubed is as excited as I am...

    LET THE SPOILIN' RESUME!

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  2. Dinky

    Dinky Numpty

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    Looks like an OAF prospect to me..


    Have fun and spoil, spoil, spoil :wavey:
     


  3. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    He's gonna be so rotten he'll absolutely stink by Sunday afternoon...

    Maybe mom and dad will forget to take him home. Nah...prolly not.
     
  4. smith10

    smith10 10MM WOOOOOOT

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    Sounds like you're in for a great weekend. Enjoy.
     
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2011
  5. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Hope you have a blast with the lad my friend:wavey:
     
  6. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    He's only been here since 1pm, and we're done wore plum slap out. Gotta rest up for tomorrow!

    This kid can eat some sweet taters!
     
  7. kcb

    kcb Southern Lady

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    He is a cutie!!!

    I was watching a couple (grandparents) at the airport, waiting to put their grandson on the plane we were taking, to send him home to his parents.

    He was about 4 years old.

    They looked exhausted as the little "energy boy" gave them every last bit of energy he could muster before getting on the plane. I expected to hear him the whole way home, but I think he was so tired, he slept all the way to Orlando!

    :rofl:

    Enjoy your time with him! :thumbsup:
     
  8. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    Just put the little guy down for the night. BIG day...had professional pictures made, played in his new swing, ate dinner, pulled grandma's hair, ate dinner again...

    Wrapped him up in TWO layers of swaddling (he's a 'wiggler'), laid him down, sang to himself for a couple of minutes and passed out.

    I don't know how Mom and Dad pulled it off, but he sleeps 11-12 hours per night. Wakes up once or twice for a quick snack and goes right back to sleep. Went to bed last night at 7:30 and got up this morning around 7 or so.

    His daddy sure didn't sleep that well.

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    It's a real shame nobody likes him.
     
  9. RLB

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    He is handsome.
    Enjoy the spoiling time.
     
  10. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    Why, thank you, Sir (or Madam, since I can't tell by the screen name).

    You're a gentleman (or gentlewoman) of impeccable taste!
     
  11. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    Thanks, kcb...we certainly are.

    Putting a kid, especially as young as 4, alone, on a plane would be pretty stressful for us. I imagine it was for the grandparents you saw, too.

    The flight crew was probably looking out for him, tho, so I'm sure he was safe. And I suspect you were probably watching out for him, too.
     
  12. COWBOYSHOOTER

    COWBOYSHOOTER Oh dear....

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    Have ya purchased the lad his first K-frame yet? A 4" model 15 might be perfect :cool:


    :wavey:


    <---firmly believes the 4" Model 15 to be very nearly perffect for all occasions. Exceeded only by the Model 19. :supergrin:

    Kool-aid Kool-aid! Tastes great!
     
  13. trcubed

    trcubed Senior Member

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    Nope, no revo yet, but he's already got his own rifle (and access to a bunch of other fun stuff).