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Meaney

BABY GIRL!

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sunday evening at 2220 hours my first little baby girl was born!

22 inches long

9 pounds 1 ounce

dark, and alot of brown hair!

she is a cutie pie

JADEN ELIZABETH MEANEY

PS>>> she will be fishing before she is talking haha smile.gif

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Congratulations!! Give her all the love you got!

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Congrats Meany! Enjoy her while she's young. They grow up fast. It seems you look forward to them walking and talking. Then before you know it you want them to sit down and be quiet. Then one day you turn around and they got their drivers license and you hardly ever get to see them.

So enjoy the baby years dude! smile.gif

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Congrats Meaney! Wow...9.1 pounds. That definately is a keeper. Let me know when I can stop by to see her!

Nate

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congrats man !

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Congrats Meaney!

It's the most awesome, frustrating, busy, exciting job you'll ever love. smile.gif

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That would be a state record bass. but i am sure she is already a record in your book. congrats,

ike

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Congrats Meaney!

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Congratulations!!!

Take good care of her. Naps with them on your chest are the best most peacefull times you can know.

Peace and Blessings

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Congrats from me as well Meaney and remember those carriers for carrying your little one on your front and back work great for fishing.Just bring along some baby food.

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yea, i thought about that wink.gif the wife would love that!! grin.gif

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