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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by 1idejim, Aug 6, 2010.
I'll be the first to say congratulations.
thanks my friend.
That's what I thought too, it can be a hassle when he gets older.
Congrats if it's what you want.
You could do what I did. A month after my son was born I quit my job and started my own gig and haven't looked back. Having a kid and wife to provide for is probably the best motivation you can get. Some said I was crazy but its been almost 3 years and my biz is bigger than the one I left. Congrats
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Definitely go with the IV - it will look ever so good on the prep school roster.
Congratulations! Having a kid is kind of scary the first time but once they arrive, you wonder what you ever did without them.
have twins, and you can race 'em
my son (i hope its a boy) will be using the tdr by the age of 6 and able to track any valve anywhere.
Charles Edward Bresnahan IV ~ would look right at home on the class lists of Exeter
I hear ya bootz...
Imagine if i was alive for a CEB V