New prospective father

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Re : New prospective father

Postby paljane8 » Wed Mar 03, 2004 06:52 pm

Big Congrats! We are so happy for you both. How is Sarah doing?

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Re : New prospective father

Postby paul1968uk » Thu Mar 04, 2004 01:09 am

Sarah is doing much better today - she was uncomfortable yesterday, but very much on the mend today.

The consultant has talked about sending her home tomorrow evening, which is excellent (although I was hoping to catch up on a lot more sleep first!) :)
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Re : New prospective father

Postby sam » Thu Mar 04, 2004 06:28 am

Dear paul and Sarah
congratulations on the arrival of your bonny boy,[:D] my best wishes to you all. i am glad to hear that Sarah may get the go ahead to be discharged. I Wish you all the best of times and i hope the little one does his job and keeps you knee high in nappies and full of sleepless nights!!!! He! He!
Have you decided on a name for the little bruiser and more importantly which rugby team he will play for?
i see we face you irish lads on sat in the six nations, so your boy might need to join them when older you need all the help you can get!!! (only messing, ha! ha!)
i think we would all love to see a pic when you have a spare minute (which i know is probably hard at this moment, you are probably running about all over the place).
Take care best wishes and (((hugs))) to you all



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Re : New prospective father

Postby paul1968uk » Sun Mar 07, 2004 03:23 pm

quote:
Originally posted by sam

i see we face you irish lads on sat in the six nations, so your boy might need to join them when older you need all the help you can get!!! (only messing, ha! ha!)


care to repeat that ??

I told the wife we should have named him Ronan !


:):):):):):):):)


I can't post a photo here for some reason, so here are a couple of urls

[url]http://www.vella.co.uk/photos/ciaran/02-03-04.jpg[/url]
[url]http://www.vella.co.uk/photos/ciaran/ciaranbf.jpg[/url]
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Re : New prospective father

Postby momathelete » Sun Mar 07, 2004 06:41 pm

Such a precious picture. You are so very fortunate, indeed. Congratulations!!!



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Re : New prospective father

Postby sam » Mon Mar 08, 2004 08:17 am

dear Paul
i am totally eating my words now after sat!!! fairplay to your boys!!
i hope all is well with you all! my very best wishes to you and your family
take care LOL

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Re : New prospective father

Postby mada » Mon Mar 08, 2004 11:21 am

Too Cute!!! Hope you are all doing well and are getting some sleep[:D]

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