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Thread: Merry Christmas

  1. #21
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    Sep 2003


    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Mimo, None of the good old time names such as Billyjoe or Mimo are being used anymore. I've been informed my new Granddaughter will be "Piper". If it was a boy I suggested "Arlo". The parents just gave me a strange look.

    What a beautiful family, Billy! And so many unique names, I love 'em! At my family gatherings there were always multiple Mikes, two Deans, a Dan and a Deanna. Not so much variety... but then again, not so hard to remember the names, either.

  2. #22
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    May 2005
    northern ohio


    Good God billy! They are multiplying like rabbits! Great family. How is caregiver mrs. billy coping? I see a lot of $$$ signs as Grandpa billy's college fund might need a lot more ingenuity and luck in the not-too-distant future. Congratulations!

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