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|23-12-2009, 09:42 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2006
I love letters from my kids
A couple of days ago I was on the out with my eldest daughter, I wouldn't buy her a bligh doll, I had brought her one for Xmas but she doesn't know that.
She wrote this note and hid it, her little sister found it to show to me.
Its says "I don't love Father."
I put it a prominent place were she couldn't reach but could easily see it.
She then wrote me a Xmas card and asked if I would replace the "I Don't love Daddy" with the new card.
The new card says :
1. I love my Daddy most in the world
2, I love Daddy everyday
3. I worry (about) Daddy but still love daddy forever.
4. I never leave him.
5. I will love Daddy everyday.
Kids, You gotta laugh
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|23-12-2009, 12:58 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Well Hell Petey, you know she didn't mean it anyway in the first card.
You have 2 of the sweetest children I have seen in Thailand and anywehere else for that matter,
We had CMN wife, and her sister, a Nephew (son of a brother) and the son of sister for dinner the other night, well mannered kids, and we were comparing them to yours,, so you know they were well mannered kids.
|23-12-2009, 08:06 PM||#9 (permalink)|
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|23-12-2009, 08:27 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Tonguin for a beer
I am away at work but sent my wife and son some gifts to put under the tree and it is driving my boy NUTS!
Everyday when I call he begs me to let him open it but I tell him like every kid in the world you have to wait until the 25th. I told him to give it a shake etc as we all did when we were little but he had already done that.
As hard as it is to not be there I will enjoy the call on Xmas morning and hear him open them.
I'm in bloody Antigua and will have my xmas lunch followed by some proper sailor sized rums to see the sun go down. I think if I drilled a hole from here right through the centre of the earth it would come out in my back yard....
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