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A new addition to the FM family!

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I'd like to welcome Haley Lynn Burns, fairly new-born daughter of Kimm and Jimmy Burns (aka Jimmy) to the FM family. This young lady was born March 23....a couple weeks early as I understand it....healthy and ready to learn the ropes as offered here at FishingMinnesota.com.

In addition to the welcome of Haley, I'd also like to extend my best wishes to the proud parents and prayers for a long, healthy life to their new addition. Congratulations Jimmy and Kimm!

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Congratulations "Daddy" ! grin.gif

I can bet your really going to busy now! crazy.gif

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Congrats, grin.gif Is Haley you and your wifes first?

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Congratulations Jimmy!!! Charish every moment you have and try to keep an accurate journal of all the funny things they do, say, and fish they catch grin.gif. They grow up too quick!


Corey Bechtold

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Congrats Jim & Kimm! smile.gif

Bob and I keep threatening to come down and visit, but plans keep falling through. Enjoy your new baby! They aren't little long.


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  • 2 weeks later...

Thank everyone. This is our first child so it's been a real adventure so far. Fatherhood is definitely an expirience all it's own. I'm sure it will put a little bit of a damper on the fishing for the first few years but it's worth it.

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