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happy father's day

Post by finn » 17 Jun 2012 19:55

anyone have one with a 510?
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Post by Byron510 » 17 Jun 2012 21:17

She's cute, and small. But I'm afraid that even if she laid across my hood, there wouldn't be much of a hood afterwards!

Happy Fathers day BTW. My kids both made me presents this year, My 2 1/2 year old painted a rock, and it simply says - Dad rocks!
My daughter mad me a little bird house at school, we hung in it out rhododendron tree this afternoon when I came back from the shop.

A good day, I must say.

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Post by datzenmike » 17 Jun 2012 21:26

Two of my kids have kids, the other marries in September. Wow where did the time go? Had supper with one and there was a message from another that they would call back when I got back. Life is good.
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Post by finn » 17 Jun 2012 22:10

Byron510 wrote: My 2 1/2 year old painted a rock, and it simply says - Dad rocks!Byron

:lol: awesome!
my son made a sign at school, better just to hear him say why. my wife got me a few gifts. bet no one knows the show.....
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Post by jason » 18 Jun 2012 00:21

Good day Byron, I had a nice one too! Spent the day hanging out with my daughter and she made me a nice brunch too, Blueberry pancakes, bacon and grilled tomatoes! I feel good!
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Post by S15DET » 18 Jun 2012 06:23

My daughter painted a Dad Rocks rock too, funny.

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Post by Byron510 » 18 Jun 2012 07:23

It's the kids that really rock :D
And the teachers that encourage such a simple gesture. It means way more than some overpriced cheesy Hallmark card. The handmade item means so much more, in their own painting and hand writing.

It's the simple things that are often the most enjoyable. The rock will be on my desk at work for some time now I'm sure.

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Post by two_68_510s » 18 Jun 2012 07:38

My kids took me on a hike into Henry Cowell Forest in Felton, CA. Man, those two are big now, I used to toss both of those into the air, hard to believe!! :D
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Post by James » 18 Jun 2012 11:59

Spent the day at the beach - teaching my daughter (10) how to surf, while my younger son (9), who knows how, chided his sister for her performance. It won't be long before they won't necessarily want Dad in the lineup with them. It was a good day!
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Post by S15DET » 18 Jun 2012 12:11

Ivey's rock
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Post by Bike papa » 18 Jun 2012 12:55

Took my granddaughter to see Madagascar 3 while her mom was in San Francisco getting engaged.
The best of the Madagascar series.

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Btw, my oldest daughter works for Dreamworks Animation so take your kids to see this movie. She needs a bonus and a raise.
It's fun to see her name listed in the Credits.
I know it's a shameless plug but that's what we do for our kids. LOL
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Post by defdes » 18 Jun 2012 17:47

Father's day happened to fall of my son's 3rd birthday. What's not to love, a 510 cake (his idea) and ending with nudity in the brook.
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Re: happy father's day

Post by finn » 18 Jun 2012 19:11

Easiest way to get em clean :lol:
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