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Default An Angel is coming.

Hi, guys. My wife and I are very happy.

Yesterday Santa came to our home!!! He brought to us a gift from GOD for Christmas!!!
Look at the picture. Is our first grandson... or granddaughter?
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Great news! Our prayers for a healthy baby and all of your family.

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Congratulations Alexis. Grandkids are great, if they start acting like a brat when you visit, you can always go home, and let the parents worry about it.

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Is our first grandson... or granddaughter?
Depends, is it your son's child or you daughter's child...........VBG.

Offer our congratulations.

We have not yet been blessed with grand children.

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Congrats to all. Grandkids are your reward for not killing your kids.
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My thoughts and prayers.

LOL. Sharon's grand-daughter gave us a scare and Sharon thought we were going to be great grand-parents... It was just a scare = a few years yet (hopefully).

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Congratulations Alexis. Now it's time for Grandpa to start thinking about what will need to be built for the new addition.

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Congrats. The day I saw my granddaughter I couldn't get the smile off my face. You must be so happy.
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Time to get busy on a cradle! Make an heirloom. Congrats

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Congratulations. Our grandson and his wife had triplets about a year ago. The good thing is they each start out with two friends. The kids keep their parents very very busy.
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