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Congrats!! Like @bulldog touched on - have you got automatic weapons handy for when she gets older? ;) Here in Australia we can't have them, but if I was to have a daughter i figure a double barrel should do the trick in case I miss with the first shot :p

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Congrats!! Like @bulldog touched on - have you got automatic weapons handy for when she gets older? ;) Here in Australia we can't have them, but if I was to have a daughter i figure a double barrel should do the trick in case I miss with the first shot :p

No weapons...yet. Although I am banking pretty hard on the whole scary old guy with a lot of tattoos thing.

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We have a poster at the house my husband put up when our daughters started dating. Title? " dates who brought Stephanie home late" . On it there was a gurney with a guy with a toe tag, a guy in a straight jacket at the asylum, you get the picture.... And there is nothing like a 250 lbs guy taking your licence number . Funny; a lot of those guys we never saw a second time. But she was always on time..

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