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Old 05-21-2007, 10:57 AM   #1
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KIDS, PRICELESS

I know alot of you have children and sometimes the things they do are priceless. This morning I got up to get ready for work and went to put my boots on. I went to put my left boot on only to find that something was already in there. I pulled it back off and found 1/2 of a plastic easter egg in it. I laughed and thought of my beautiful grandbaby Cassidy. Already smiling I began to put on my right boot not suspecting that there would be anything in it, much to my suprise I found the other half of the easter egg. What have your kids or grandkids done that put a smile on your face.

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Old 05-21-2007, 10:59 AM   #2
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I know alot of you have children and sometimes the things they do are priceless. This morning I got up to get ready for work and went to put my boots on. I went to put my left boot on only to find that something was already in there. I pulled it back off and found 1/2 of a plastic easter egg in it. I laughed and thought of my beautiful grandbaby Cassidy. Already smiling I began to put on my right boot not suspecting that there would be anything in it, much to my suprise I found the other half of the easter egg. What have your kids or grandkids done that put a smile on your face.

KIDS, PRICELESS

This is my Cassidy.
CUTE!!! And I thought you were too young to be a grandma.........
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Old 05-21-2007, 11:16 AM   #3
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Thanks, but I obviously am old enough because I have two, yeah! Tim said he thought you were too old to be crashing Ducati's. He's so f-ing mean huh?
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Old 05-21-2007, 11:19 AM   #4
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Old 05-21-2007, 11:34 AM   #5
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I agree kids are the most precious thing that was ever created. Cassidy is very special to me and we are very close. She knows all about her NaNa's wallet, and she can be mad at the world and I can turn her around in an instant. I am stressing a little bit right now because they live with me right now but are probly moving out this weekend. I'm so going to miss her greeting me at the door every night and wrapping herself around my leg to greet me. I can't express how much a small child can make you feel with just one look or a smile or even bringing you thier favorite toy and wanting you to play with them.
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Thanks, but I obviously am old enough because I have two, yeah! Tim said he thought you were too old to be crashing Ducati's. He's so f-ing mean huh?
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I know that's just wrong, I wrote that under protest I assure you.
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I know that's just wrong, I wrote that under protest I assure you.
Remind him mine stayed together even AFTER hitting the ground.......
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I know, I deserve that. I was gonna say don,t feel too bad I,m nursing a damaged 999 as well.
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I know, I deserve that. I was gonna say don,t feel too bad I,m nursing a damaged 999 as well.
Mine is all fixed.......good as NEW :laughing6
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What did u have to replace and where did u order parts? Looks like mine is about 4300.00 just in parts, ouch:BangHead:
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O.K. this is a cute kids and things they do thread, no more hijacking. Please post pics or just tell a story but it must be about a child. And no, your bike cannot be your child.
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The moment for me was when I got back from Iraq and my boys were at the gate waiting for me. When they saw me they lit up like christmas trees and the middle one even startedcrying and couldnt talk for a minute , he was so emotional. Really made me cry too and then I looked up and every one, I mean EVERYONE there around us was crying too. Wasnt a dry eye in the house. I love my 3 boys.
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my daughter (which is 4 years old)......had a secret stash of candy....everytime me or my fiance caught her eating a piece, she would say, it's the last piece of candy she found on the table or wherever....low and behold, we found the stash at the bottom of an easter egg basket with a crapload of empty shells to hide it

and she claims she didn't know there was candy in that "empty" basket
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