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        11-15-2012, 07:46 AM
      #21
    Yearling
    Right now it's not to bad, he'll be 4 this Christmas. But we already have half birthdays for the kids in the summer. Both have winter birthdays (daughter is St. Pats) day.

    I'm just glad I had him the day I did. He was a scheduled c-section, but had I not he would've been born ON Christmas. Then I would've felt terrible, lol
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        11-15-2012, 08:28 AM
      #22
    Trained
    Whew! You would have had to pick another day!

    Mine was always the first day of school, DH is dec 8th which isn't great, and DD's is always the middle of spring break. Soo we always have to wiggle ours around! Cabelas just came here MHF, so that's all DH is getting in the future. Their sale room is the bomb! Got some good hiking boots for me for only $50! DH is getting new tires this year... Ha! I'm on my new IPhone 5, that's all I'm getting! (Lost my last one :).
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        11-15-2012, 08:36 AM
      #23
    Yearling
    Gosh I don't want to think about Santa. I decided I wasn't buying a bunch of junk this year. I cleaned out daughters play room not too long ago and found unopened boxes from last Christmas. I think I'm going to get her an easy bake oven, she always wants to help me make dinner, so that she would enjoy I think. I don't know about anything else. She's an easy child lol. I'm getting my SO a GoPro camera. ( I'm sure ill use it too lol!) I already got my Xmas present from Santa, although I would like a sewing machine.
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        11-15-2012, 08:40 AM
      #24
    Trained
    Easy bake ovens are great! Just make sure she doesn't fill it too full... Trust me! Ours is currently out of commission...
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        11-15-2012, 08:40 AM
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    Cabelas just came here MHF, so that's all DH is getting in the future. Their sale room is the bomb!
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    Heck yes it is! LOVE the bargain cave! DH tries to buy things opposite seasons and saves a ton on it. Buys the deer/bird hunting stuff in the summer and fishing/camping gear in the winter. I think this time around though will be a new collar system for the bird dog...not too excited about that purchase it's going to sting a bit (literally lol!).

    Outoftheloop - M loves her easy bake. She uses it all the time. Buy standard box cake mix for it, don't waste money on the easy bake packets. I don't remember exact amounts but all it takes is a bit of box mix and water, tastes better than the stuff they market for it too.
         
        11-15-2012, 08:48 AM
      #26
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
    Heck yes it is! LOVE the bargain cave! DH tries to buy things opposite seasons and saves a ton on it. Buys the deer/bird hunting stuff in the summer and fishing/camping gear in the winter. I think this time around though will be a new collar system for the bird dog...not too excited about that purchase it's going to sting a bit (literally lol!).

    Outoftheloop - M loves her easy bake. She uses it all the time. Buy standard box cake mix for it, don't waste money on the easy bake packets. I don't remember exact amounts but all it takes is a bit of box mix and water, tastes better than the stuff they market for it too.
    Lol thanks ill remember that!

    I think Santa's going to get the dog some type of remote control shock collar. When he doesnt listen......ZAP
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        11-15-2012, 08:54 AM
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    Trained
    We used those muffin packets you buy in the bag. Almost the same consistency and they have banana nut and whole wheat ones that are a tad more healthy. They don't care as long as they make it! E does get the strawberry cheesecake ones, gag me!
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        11-15-2012, 08:58 AM
      #28
    Showing
    Lol, that's what the dog is getting here but mainly for the vibration pager to call him back when he's hunting. He rarely needs the zapper but we have used it in the past. The first season we hunted him he took off after a deer...glad the collar had a mile range. It broke his focus and he came back.

    Here's the easy bake recipe. Box mix and milk (not water, sorry!)
    Easy-Bake Oven Cake Using Commercial Cake Mixes Recipe - Food.com - 147458
         
        11-15-2012, 08:58 AM
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    Double post, sorry. Had quite a few of these lately...
         
        11-15-2012, 09:02 AM
      #30
    Yearling
    That's why I want one for ours. He's not a hunting dog, but once he gets fixated on something, its over. He is a Husky, and his drive when he wants something is like no other. When he sees a stray dog or something, he focuses on it, and has no idea anyone else is even around. I want something that I can use tbreak that trance when he's away AMD I can't grab him, or he just disregards his manners and common sense.
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