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Curtis_Tuttle

Posted:
1/15/2011 4:33:33 AM

I'm a dad for the first

My first child , a son, was born around 12:30am on January 14, 2011. His name is Noah Robert Wilson he weighed 7 lbs 1 oz and was 20 1/2 inches long

Jeeter

Posted:
1/15/2011 6:35:32 PM

Congratulations! :)

Nice name, I like it.

Mrs Tuttle

Posted:
1/20/2011 3:43:52 AM

Congratulations!! :)
Ohh wow, 12.30 in the morning? Why is it, that most babies seem to come in the early hours of the morning?

Jeeter

Posted:
1/20/2011 2:01:16 PM

Yeah, why is that?

Also, why is it that the only two teenagers on this board (as far as I know) are the first to congratulate someone on their new baby? :P

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
1/20/2011 2:40:51 PM

Jeeter wrote:
Yeah, why is that?

Also, why is it that the only two teenagers on this board (as far as I know) are the first to congratulate someone on their new baby? :P

Probably 'cause all yeh yung whipper-snappers gots more freetimes on yer hands theen us ol' folksies do! :P

But seriously, yes, congrats Curtis!

And I wonder if babies almost always being born so early in the morning is effected by the time the "fun part" usually happens (which is almost always the middle of the night, it seems)? O.O

Jeeter

Posted:
1/20/2011 7:01:26 PM

Ohhh...now I know why the teenagers posted first. So that you adults could bring up the sex jokes later on. I get it!

*leaves*

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
1/20/2011 11:23:45 PM

Jeeter wrote:
Ohhh...now I know why the teenagers posted first. So that you adults could bring up the sex jokes later on. I get it!

*leaves*

Where I come from, people start making sex jokes by the age of 12.

But on a serious note... I really wasn't joking, I was posing a theory to why it seems like babies are almost always born early in the morning.

Georgia Girl

Posted:
8/29/2012 10:24:00 PM

So, Tuttle, your son is over a year old now. Congrats! Just out of curiosity, and I am sure I'm speaking for the whole board, what's he look like? Tall? short? strawberrie-blonde? Brunett? Blue eyes or brown or green or hazel? Southern drawl or yankee-voice or kinda in bettween? I (we) are curious. <3 Little ones are so adorable at the young ages <3

I hope Tom and I have a son or two one day. I really want two sons, about 3 years apart, the firstborn named Eugene Michael Botkin and the second Iseiah Victor Botkin. Tom's father is named Eugene, and my 2nd cousin is also named that. As for Iseiah and Victor and Michael, that is of our own minds. Sorry I babbled on like this, but I am geting married next month and I cannot wait!!!<3

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
8/30/2012 12:00:51 AM

See, it's girls like Georgia Girl/Lucy that make things hard on guys: always wanting kids... always REALLY wanting kids. And when the man doesn't want kids, then that becomes an "automatic dealbreaker", so the girl leaves.

Do girls like that even take EVERYTHING into consideration? The extra expenses and such? Diapers, food, clothes, crib, carsear, toys, etc, all that stuff adds up... plus, it's not like they're going to be cute little bundles of joy forever, which girls like that seem to think they will be: like Colonel Potter once said, "Havin' babies is fun, but babies grow into people. Where are they gonna put all of 'em?" China kind of has the right idea of making it illegal to have more than one child per family (it's families like the Duggars and the Bates who are menaces to society).

Sorry, but it'd be nice if girls could look at stuff from a realistic perspective rather than a fairy tale fantasy they like to dream about.

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
8/30/2012 12:01:39 AM

And my apologies that I had to contribute to the ruining of your thread Curtis.

Georgia Girl

Posted:
8/30/2012 2:11:39 AM

Big Daddy O'Reilly wrote:
And my apologies that I had to contribute to the ruining of your thread Curtis.

Yessir Curt Tuttle, I am sorry that "David" allows that kind of trash on the board. Its a shame.

Big Daddy O'Reilly: please don't call me Lucy. I am not a Lucy. I know she seems to have upset yall lately, but believe me, I am not her. She ovously made fun of MASH or something that offended yall because you all hate her, and I'm sorry you had to experience the troll, but good greif! Thank God she's gone and move on.

And one more thing, Big Daddy: Tom's the one who wants sons to carry on the tradition of the Botkin hillbillies. You act like having babies is easy and a sport. . .well the making part might be, I don't know yet, and I promise the childbirth part won't be! My mother nearly died having me, we have a history of childbirth-problems. I am not any wellfare trailor trash, I am a Lindsay and almost a Botkin! You insulted women big time, Big Daddy. . . we are not just machines that make pleasure and spit out babies!!!

Georgia Girl

Posted:
9/1/2012 4:09:08 PM

Big Daddy O'Reilly wrote:
Where I come from, people start making sex jokes by the age of 12.

But on a serious note... I really wasn't joking, I was posing a theory to why it seems like babies are almost always born early in the morning.

I came up on my two 11 and 12 year old cousins the other day spouting sex jokes on the back porch. . . I wonder if someday the youngin's will talk like that in front of the grownups? Seems to me that they find out the facts of life younger and younger every year. . . :(

Georgia Girl

Posted:
9/8/2012 12:56:50 AM

Curtis_Tuttle wrote:
My first child , a son, was born around 12:30am on January 14, 2011. His name is Noah Robert Wilson he weighed 7 lbs 1 oz and was 20 1/2 inches long

You know, I don't see much of ole' Curt these days. Is he still doing MASH? Or, is he still doing the MASH board?

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