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about my baby's hair


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Posted by Cindi on September 09, 2003 at 11:37:04 from (152.163.252.161):

Ron, she's thirteen. She's my last child, therefore my baby. Very tough age.

Sarah....I have no idea what to say to you. You clearly have me subsectioned, cut and pasted into a category, so think what you like. And guess what, you can address me directly.

Randy, you have got to be one of the sweetest men God blew breath into.

Kelly I did tell her that. She still hates me but I can look at her and not seethe inside anymore so our realtionship has to improve.

Maggie it wasn't quite long enough for that, we only cut off about four inches, and according to her that was too much and she still has a head full of hair!

Salmoneye, I like you too. I was thinking about you today in fact, that little way you have of saying 'what did I win?'. One day I hope to be able to award you with something. (grin)


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