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Old 08-29-2017, 08:56 AM   #41
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man, she's huge! 17 months the 1st. 3 feet tall 30 lbs already. Beautiful and full of energy.
How's the sleep going? Your getting full nights now I'm sure, but once she really starts talking and walking like a pro, get ready for the "I can't sleep" stage when you and Mrs. Flyout are watching the "not for kids" show you like. Melatonin helps with that, all natural sleep aid when needed, however, once potty trained I would recommend pull-ups to prevent accidents because she'll sleep that good. Start off with a low dose, even cut it in half to start.
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Old 08-29-2017, 12:48 PM   #42
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man, she's huge! 17 months the 1st. 3 feet tall 30 lbs already. Beautiful and full of energy.
How's the sleep going? Your getting full nights now I'm sure, but once she really starts talking and walking like a pro, get ready for the "I can't sleep" stage when you and Mrs. Flyout are watching the "not for kids" show you like. Melatonin helps with that, all natural sleep aid when needed, however, once potty trained I would recommend pull-ups to prevent accidents because she'll sleep that good. Start off with a low dose, even cut it in half to start.
She has slept through the night 8 hours + since 5 weeks. Champion sleeper for now.
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She has slept through the night 8 hours + since 5 weeks. Champion sleeper for now.
If I may be so brave, I hope you and the missus are planning on having another.
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Fly out, your response to the poor guy who core drilled the wall holes too small is still one of my all time favorites. Telling him to bust out the chipping hammer still makes me chuckle to this day. Man we ought check in on the poor guy.
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Fly out, your response to the poor guy who core drilled the wall holes too small is still one of my all time favorites. Telling him to bust out the chipping hammer still makes me chuckle to this day. Man we ought check in on the poor guy.
I don't remember this?
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Some guy cored holes in walls the same size as the inside diameter of his steel sleeves and was looking here for advice in solving the problem. You told him to bust out a chipping hammer. He didn't like that advice.
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I don't remember this?
Some guy cored holes in walls the same size as the inside diameter of his steel sleeves and was looking here for advice in solving the problem. You told him to bust out a chipping hammer. He didn't like that advice.
People are stupid.
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