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CNY Tim

Grandpa Rogers

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My daughter Karen gave birth to Cecelia Marie at 0638 this a.m. she's 9 lbs and 1 oz., Mom and baby are doing great. Will be going to the hospital at 11:30 a.m. and I will get some pictures. Heather called at 0330 and said thet were putting her in Labor and Delivery and 3 hours later she arrived.

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Congrats and welcome to the OLD MAN Club.

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Tale of the Tape and ID...

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Rosa and Cecelia. You go Grandma.. laugh

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Proud Mom - Karen, Cecilia and Amanda

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Grampa Rogers and grandchild #1

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Rosa's Mom Chris with her great grand baby..

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Cecelia... Welcome to the family...

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She has a little cone but man look at that hair..

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Very nice Timmy! You can no longer argue the fact that you are OLD! grin

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Thanks guys, I think this grampa thing is going to be pretty cool.

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Congratulations Tim!

You’re in trouble now, another GIRL!!!

You should take up fishing!

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Thanks Aaron..

Another attempt at the last 3 pictures...

I had the honor of chaging her first diaper, old pro that I am laugh

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Congratulations baby (Karen) you did great!

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That's awsome and congrats to you and the whole family. Yell fish on and see if her eye's open... LOL Aren't kids great....... You're not getting old just getting wiser which also means you're always right..... LOL

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Think you'll have her on the ice this year? laugh

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Congrats coolTimmy you are not old until you have to use your fishpole for a cain winksmile.

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Timmie . . .did you lip her to guess her weight?

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No I didn't lip her but I got to see her sleeping last night when we dropped off the car. She's just so cute...

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Heres a couple of shots of Cecelia and of course my son Tyler home from Washington St.

Uncle Tyler holding gingerly the new edition to the family., Tyler was scared holding her the whole time, LOL.

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And the old man..

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Dad, Amanda snuck in between us there and Junior, Hoo rah!

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I think you have a Daddy's girl there . . . watch out. Do you have Tyler out fishing?

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He's been tubing down the Mohawk with his friends and girlfriend, last night Krissy, Heather and Tyler watched our game in Floyd where Salmonseeker73 put on a hitting display and paced our softball team to another victory, 18-8. Were 7 and 1 on the season and with one more win will have the regular season title wrapped up as the remaining teams are at .500 or below.

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