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8 lbs 13 ounces - a new personal best!

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Wow, gotta say I was almost jealous of those 'eyes that Darren and Tom were catching. I say almost because I got a biggun of my own yesterday, and boy is he a keeper! Check out this chunky fall dude:

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Adam Gary Aanderud, 8 lbs 13 ounces

Born 4:41 pm. Nov 25

What a stud! Here's one more!

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If ya like those, there's 35 more (and counting!) here:

http://www.aanderud.net/gallery/v/adam_baby

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Congrats on the new addition to the family.

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Brian,

Congrates on the little one. Pretty soon you will have another ship mate, besides your dog. grin.gif

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Congrats.

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Big Congrats Brian!

Are you sure you weighed him right? There's no way that goes over 8lbs tongue.gif j/k

So do you ever get to go fishing again?

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Big time congrats to your new addition to the family. Definately a keeper!

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Thanks, everyone! It's sweet. This little dude is definitely an eating, pooping, sleeping maniac! smile.gif

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So do you ever get to go fishing again?


We'll see!

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You gotta love those little things! Helps if ya get um right after their eyes open too...they get a lot tamer that way wink.gif

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Congrats on the Keeper Mate!

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It's a keeper. Congrats. grin.gif

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Congratulations! I got another one of those on the way, and all I can say is this, I hope you're well rested, cuz ya aint gonna be again for about 4 months!

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congrats on the new one!!! Be sure to hold him high and teach him everything you know about the outdoors. He'll be a hunting/fishing buddy for life!

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