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Re: Gramps [Re: Fiddler] #425430
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Fid, congrats on the grand baby.

Star I do have black and white thinking on this issue. The only time I think I get iffy is when it is clear the baby will die regardless and medical intervention will save the mother. Like a tubal pregnancy. I remember the conversation with my mother when I was a teen and a relative had a tubal pregnancy....I asked how all that went down when they rushed her to surgery....mom said the only outcome was the baby would die...and in the process might kill the mother.

But those situations are not what the normal abortion is about.

I don't do politics....and ultimately that is what this discussion is about....whether or Not to continue allowing legal abortions.

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Congrats on the new little one! (Now, back to the usual thread.)

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Originally Posted By: Fiddler
........As a side personal note, our first grandchild was born yesterday and we're floating on air!


Congratulations!!!

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Fid*,
huge congrats!


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Fiddler,

My first grandchild is ten weeks old; it's so much fun! Enjoy.

FB


Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep. God is awake.

-Victor Hugo
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Thanks for retrieving my post Fid! And congrats on the new grandchild!


"Yes, I'll have the love combo, open faced with a side of respect and large a glass of forgiveness, easy on the ice please--my brother
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Fid,

Mazel tov, enjoy the new role!


When we open to this moment and don't judge it or try to change it, even when we're suffering and wish it were otherwise, we tap into the spaciousness of mind that allows us to move forward skillfully, with discernment and joy. -- Sharon Salzberg
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Fiddler: Congratulations. Never too soon to start spoiling a grandchild. Enjoy.


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Originally Posted By: Fiddler
As a side personal note, our first grandchild was born yesterday and we're floating on air!

That's wonderful, Fiddler!!

Btw, tracking with mine has been a source of hilarity as well as a good tool for getting to know mine better at the different stages. Can't wait to hear your stories.... maybe a thread could be started.... Tracking: The Next Generation grin

So very happy for you and your family, Fiddler! Enjoy!

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Originally Posted By: FashionBarbie
Fiddler,

My first grandchild is ten weeks old; it's so much fun! Enjoy.

FB


Congrats to you, too, FB!

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Originally Posted By: FashionBarbie
Fiddler,

My first grandchild is ten weeks old; it's so much fun! Enjoy.

FB
Congratulations to you too FB! Looking forward to enjoying him!


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."
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Originally Posted By: LivingWell
Originally Posted By: Fiddler
As a side personal note, our first grandchild was born yesterday and we're floating on air!

That's wonderful, Fiddler!!

Btw, tracking with mine has been a source of hilarity as well as a good tool for getting to know mine better at the different stages. Can't wait to hear your stories.... maybe a thread could be started.... Tracking: The Next Generation grin

So very happy for you and your family, Fiddler! Enjoy!


Thank you LW! I have witnessed tracking with children and it is amazing. I wish I had known it when mine were little. As it is, both my son and his wife have learned it, so the little one will grow up with it.

"Tracking - the Next Generation" -- love it!


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."
Re: Gramps [Re: Fiddler] #425463
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Sorry to hijack the thread - probably should move this to Blogging....


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."
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I'm officially a grampa now!


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."
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So what is your name now, gramps, papa? You got some time before your grandchild will know what to call you. smile

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Just don't call me "late to dinner"! grin


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."
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Ain't it grand?

Congrats, Fiddler!


A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short. --Andre Maurois

Re: Gramps [Re: Fiddler] #425497
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Originally Posted By: Fiddler
I'm officially a grampa now!


I'm delighted for you, Fiddler, and your wife too. May you both enjoy every minute of it!

Re: Gramps [Re: right here waiting] #425551
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Fiddler:

Great news on the grandchild!

SFB


Finding an ethical way to deal with pain, fear, disappointment etc..is part of the experience of becoming a stronger person...one who is driven by compassion instead of compulsion...ie I have a legitimate reason to be stressed out right now...however, my response to it will determine how others percieve me, and myself. (quoting Star*Fish)
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Congratulations Fiddler! Enjoy!

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DD26 is getting married next May, and they plan on starting kids right away, because she has an agenda of starting her PhD in about 5 years, lol. So I'm starting to get excited. smile

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Thank you all - it's a new experience, and one that results in much more sleep for us, compared to the first round! Speaking of karma, our grandson's dad was the one who kept me up at night, and now he's experiencing it himself.

Cat, that's exciting news about your daughter!


"Grant me the serenity to accept the people I cannot change, the courage to change the one I can, and the wisdom to know that one is me."

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