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I was building a deerstand this week and I recieved a little help.

Sure will be fun when she can come with.

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Awesome pics man! I have a niece about that age that just loves to help. Your girl looks like she'll be a hunter for sure. Alright!

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Cool pics, my 5 year-old daughter loves to help Dad unload wood & stack it on the wood pile. Her 8 year-old brother hates it, it's too "boring".

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Enjoy it man!!!! Before you blink your eyes they are off to college and all grown up. Enjoy every minute of it!!!

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GREAT pics. Thanks for sharing!

The little almost three year old darling at my house last night watched an elk hunting show with me and when I told her I was going hunting for one of them this fall she said, "me come with you???" Gosh it was hard to resist...

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Always a good idea: Give them a board and nails of their own and let them go at it.

My girl is 6 and this keeps her occupied still. We just adopted a new 4 year old brother for her and he will probably like it too as I know he already likes helping.

DD

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D D,

This little one was adopted too. We had her at 26 hours old.

Funny after we got her, 9 mos later we found out we were have our own. HHHMMM, the docs said it would "never happen". I guess that is why they call it a practice.

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Simply awsome....kids are great aren't they?

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Actually all 3 of our kids are adopted: Our 9 year old son from Russia, 6 year old daughter from Ukraine, and just got back August 20 with our new 4 year old boy from Russia. I think that's enough, though.

Just so you know, I checked Fishing Minnesota several times from Russia.

DD

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