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Well, Miss. goosefreak and I are expecting our first child!!
I know a lot of you guys hear are parents yourselves. As you can imagine I'm a little nervous but, pumped!

I'm feeling very proud right now and thought it was worth bragging.
(Better than any Duck or Goose picture iv got which is many)

7 month from now, I'll have my first little huntn' buddy to teach.

!!Super pumped!!

(January 2016)

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Congratulations.

Did we have a big blizzard or something a short while ago keeping people holed up in house? I swear this is the 10th person I've run into with "new baby" news.


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congrats:baby:
 

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Congrats!

But really, January? You'll miss out on some prime goose hunting with all that going on.

You can't forget such important things when planning for a family.
 

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Congrats!

But really, January? You'll miss out on some prime goose hunting with all that going on.

You can't forget such important things when planning for a family.
I know, I hate to say it but, that was the first thought in my head when the doc said January 14th. was I still have a few more weeks to kill geese. I'll just have to wing myself off slowly instead of hunting 3 days a week it may only be 1 day...

It will be interesting because January is my month too

Does the ol trick, "I have to work today" still work?
 

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All kidding and bad sarcasm aside...

My January birthday worked out fine for me (12th). For most years growing up, I was often able to negotiate a birthday hunting trip with the old man, followed by a special dinner Mom had waiting for me when I got home. Those are some very good memories indeed, especially the ones where I was able to slip away from school for the occasion...

Just an idea for a tradition for you to implement if your child turns out to be the hunting/outdoor type. ;-)
 

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When my younger brother was born dad was duck hunting. Dropped off mom at the hospital and went out on the bayou. He was kid #5. Mom didn't seem to mind
 
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All kidding and bad sarcasm aside...

My January birthday worked out fine for me (12th). For most years growing up, I was often able to negotiate a birthday hunting trip with the old man, followed by a special dinner Mom had waiting for me when I got home. Those are some very good memories indeed, especially the ones where I was able to slip away from school for the occasion...

Just an idea for a tradition for you to implement if your child turns out to be the hunting/outdoor type. ;-)
I don't have any doubts that the little critter will be an outdoor enthusiast! (boy or girl).. it wouldn't be too hard for the little squirt to talk me into a traditional goose hunt. I usually treat myself to a traditional goose hunt on my B-day every year (Jan. 28th).
sounds like a good tradition to pass on!
 
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