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 Post subject: I'm an uncle! :-)
PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2005 1:25 am 
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This past Sunday at 10:15pm, my little sister gave birth to her first child. :shock: :scrambled: :? :) :D <-- me I'm going to be seeing her and the little sprite tomorrow morning. I just got a new battery for my camera and plenty of film, but I'm sure it's going to run out way too soon. I'll post some stills as soon as I'm able. L8r.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2005 7:44 am 
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That's awesome.
Remember, it's never too early to teach the young how to cube.

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Congrats

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Remember, it's never too early to teach the young how to cube.

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That's a fair point. Get the little 'un to see off this world record:

"The youngest person who solved a Rubik's Cube was John Ismael Ugelstad (Norway aged 5 years 117 days) who solved three standard Rubik's Cubes on 28 Dec 2004."

With 5 years to practice, could still whip it by 117 days! :lol:


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Congratulations to your sister, Tim! :) Is it a boy or girl?
Emily.

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red_queen wrote:
Congratulations to your sister, Tim! :) Is it a boy or girl?
Emily.


Thanks! :D It's a girl, birth weight 6 pounds, 15 ounces, already up to 7 pounds, 5 ounces. I've heard that at this age, they're supposed to be pretty "safe" if you just lay them on their back, and that you can walk away for hours and they'll still be in the same spot, but little Trinity is already able to flip herself over to her front. She'll probably probably be crawling around and exploring the world for herself in no time! :D L8r.


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Tim Browne wrote:
but little Trinity is already able to flip herself over to her front.


Is she able to flip herself back onto her back? If not, the parents will want to make sure they get one of those devices that prevents them from rolling in the crib so she doesn't sleep on her tummy. Once she's able to flip back, then it's fine for her to sleep anyways she wants.


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But yeah, congratulations! Hope she's healthy :)

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