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Many of you were so good natured & care about my family when I had my first baby girl, this is #2. Facts:

Jordyn Leyah Clements

01/04/08

8.6 #

Mom & Babe have already started talking about a diet.... Dammmnmn ......

See you at BSide! -CLoma

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Quickstrike

Congrats Greg! See you at the bash.

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Northlander

Loma congrats man.

You better get out of the house and get fishing more or your going to have a volleyball team pretty quick. grin.gif

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Big Country

Met you at the Bash last year. Congrats on the new little one. Little girls are treasures. I know. I have one. See ya next week hopefully. ;\) BC

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Sifty

Congrats.

It's nice you have a new fishing partner.

Sifty

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ripstick

Congrats on the no.2 Now thats 2 to rig for soon.

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Wade Joseph

Congrats!

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Surface Tension

Congrats to you and your wife.

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upnorth

Congratulation on the addition to your family. All kids are special.

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LoonASea

Kewl Greg ,,,same spelling as my grandaughter too

Congrats!!!!!!

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Capt.Blaine
Congrats!!

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jwhjr

Congrats!

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Steve Foss

That's great, Greg. Congrats to you all!

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AceintheHole

Congrats I have three girls myself 6,2,1

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Nate McVey

Congrats!

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outdoor ran

Congrats again buddy :). First Leinne is on me when you return to leagues.

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northwoodsdreamr

Congrats! Good luck too, you will need it living with three girls, lol. I have two daughters also.

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Jack Stasney

Congrats man! And enjoy

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Kyle Sandberg

Congrats man! Another fisherwoman for the lakes!

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Wanderer
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Team Otter

Congratulations!

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SKIPPERS KID

Greg, Glad to here every one is doing fine. Sound like a great 2008 for you and your family take care. I now the girls will go fishing with Dad soon.

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JustinG

Congrats!!! You have won a 10" Eskimo Power Auger!!!!!!! grin.gif

See you at the bash! Are you bringing us up some cigars then?

Justin

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Tom Linderholm

Congrats Loma!

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BD110

Congrats Loma,

Enjoy what fishing you can. As stated before you'll be busy soon enough just trying to keep bait on their hooks. crazy.gif

See ya at the bash!!!

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