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One for the Ladies!!!!!!

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Heres one for all you ladies out there,

It's my son Conaire taken Last Spring at Mount Fitchett Castle. he'd just turned 2.
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aaaaahhhhhhhh

ya big softy,
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gregory23b wrote:aaaaahhhhhhhh

ya big softy,
Your only saying that cos your still on that high
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He is gorgeous! Bless!

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Jenn R wrote:He is gorgeous! Bless!
I'd like to say he takes after his dad, but i dont know him! boom bomm,
Ay thang yo!
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I might be but you are still a big softie. ;-P

I quite like kids, as long as they are well behaved and little ones are cute generally.
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gregory23b wrote:I might be but you are still a big softie. ;-P

I quite like kids, as long as they are well behaved and little ones are cute generally.
Softie, Me, OK, you got me.
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gregory23b wrote: I quite like kids
I should hope so given your current situation :D
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"I should hope so given your current situation"

well yes but I think Gyrth will agree with me when I say that your own kids are very different from anyone else's you can like your own perfectly well but not necessarily like kids in general.
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He looks a proper li'l re-enactor.

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That is just so cute! :D I do love to see children in kit :)
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