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[*] Post 508894 posted on 5-8-2017 at 10:29 Reply With Quote
Dad showing how to bring up baby with fun


I've seen one of the videos around the cutting of the kitchen door. His wife is a great partner and treats everything he does with laughter.
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[*] Post 508921 posted on 7-8-2017 at 01:17 Reply With Quote

Yep. My sort of Dad. I can identify with him. We also enjoyed parenthood. As our kids grew, they had fun. Our water fights were the best. Our eldest even manged to squirt us with the hose when we were taking refuge in the car. (We forgot to lock the tailgate. :D. Our youngest, with his family were living with us for a while and wanted to get a TV working in our rumpus room. Problem was, I didn't have the appropriate fittings. He was most disappointed with the comment "Dad, can't you just do your thing and make something?" I'd not long fixed a dishwasher door catch with a block of wood. My response was, "Sorry, gotta have the correct fitting for this one, can't adapt anything"

This blokes kids are going to grow into wonderful and well adjusted adults. They will also grow up to be their parents friends, and, their friends will also become mum and dad's friends. They'll not be afraid to bring their problems home to mum and dad, and will appreciate their advice. I wish them well!
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