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    Senior Member Steve M1911A1's Avatar
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    I'm Back, and Here's our Granddaughter...

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    Jean and I are back from Providence (RI), a lovely and historic city, the main feature of which is our one-year-old granddaughter, Devin.


    Gran'pa Steve and Devin: It's a game with gears. I place the gears, and Devin either makes 'em go 'round, or she removes them and then laughs when I put 'em back.


    Nana Jean and Devin: Jean is teaching Devin how to bounce a ball. Devin has the "throw" part down pat, but the "catch" part will come later.

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    Grandchildren are special. Is she your first?

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    you have a beautiful granddaughter ....prolly could trade here for 2 or 3 good guns, even more if she dont cry too much.



    welcome back steve

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    Senior Member Steve M1911A1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by zebramochaman View Post
    Grandchildren are special. Is she your first?
    First, and probably only: Our daughter and her husband so far steadfastly refuse to breed.



    Quote Originally Posted by TedDeBearFrmHell View Post
    you have a beautiful granddaughter ....prolly could trade here for 2 or 3 good guns, even more if she dont cry too much.



    welcome back steve
    Not only is she not a crier, but she's intellectually curious, learns quickly, and already has achieved some dexterity. Next visit, in about three months, I'll be teaching her to field-strip one of my 1911s. In six months, I expect her to take over cleaning them.

    ...If Jean and I can get Rhode Island carry permits, that is.

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    Senior Member tony pasley's Avatar
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    beautiful granddaughter, thank goodness she don't look like you lol. Grand parents and grand kids have a common enenmy the parents spoil her to death then send her home I do.

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    We've got that same ring stack and pail with the shape lid (whatever it's called), good lookin' grand baby you got there.

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    Senior Member Steve M1911A1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony pasley View Post
    ...thank goodness she don't look like you...
    We await the appearance of her beard...

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    We await the appearance of her beard...
    I really hope she doesn't get a beard. She would hate it. I don't think it would be the best to her.
    She is so cute. I want my kids to be that cute too.

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    She is a doll baby,Thats is the best age. You know,Lock up everything.Keep things off the tables. If their is a way for them to get in to things.That age, Is the master age.You can see,She love being with you two. She looks so happy in the pic's.

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    Steve, she's beautiful. You'll have a ball teaching her things, and she will treasure those photos her entire life.

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