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Late as well. Dear old mom has no internet back East. So great he's improving so quickly. I have 4 and seems we had worries about all of them, oh wait, we still do! This site can really make my day. Big thumbs up to Bentley and 'the Big Guy Upstairs' who watches over the little ones!
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Great news Scott!!
Thanks for updating us. You and yours have our continued thoughts and prayers.

It won't be too long until he's under your feet out in the shop smearing baby goop al over your welding helmet...LOL

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