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Windows 7: My grandson needs your help!!!!!

11 Sep 2010   #21
A Guy

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I can see your smile from here

A Guy
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11 Sep 2010   #22
LittleMiss

 
 

one down 9 to go
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12 Sep 2010   #23
spinifex

 
 

Now you can see what all the fuss was about. The end result, with my smile beamed across the world.

My grandson is about 10 hrs old in these pics, with my son and myself (i'm the oldest one .


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12 Sep 2010   #24
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AWWWWWW

Congrats again, he's beautiful. Great pic of his foot and your thumb Sweet. A Guy
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12 Sep 2010   #25
boohbah

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lovely pics spinifex. my son( almost two ) had his chord round his neck twice and to eveyones disbelief the chord had this knot in it, they called him the miracle baby,
Congratulations again to you all,


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12 Sep 2010   #26
spinifex

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah View Post
lovely pics spinifex. my son( almost two ) had his chord round his neck twice and to eveyones disbelief the chord had this knot in it, they called him the miracle baby,
Congratulations again to you all,
boohbah, that is incredible. Twice around his neck AND a knot.
"Miracle baby" is almost an understatement. Glad it all worked out well for you and yours.

Our grandson had issues when i started this thread, with similar problems, though nothing as bad as yours. Also involved the cord around his neck. His heart beat went as low as 45, i found out this morning. Went up to 55, for some time, and got back up to around 135 - 140, or something like that. In the end, due to some complications, the doctor opted for C-section.

Jon
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12 Sep 2010   #27
boohbah

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Yeah the knot was like a fishermans knot like a figure of eight , scarey times but hes a proper little bugger like joan said so go prepare you home and put pc out of reach of bottles and sticky fingers , again im so pleased it all went well in the end.did your son get to cut the chord?
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12 Sep 2010   #28
spinifex

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boohbah View Post
Yeah the knot was like a fishermans knot like a figure of eight , scarey times but hes a proper little bugger like joan said so go prepare you home and put pc out of reach of bottles and sticky fingers , again im so pleased it all went well in the end.did your son get to cut the chord?
Looks almost like a figure eight, used in fencing.
Yes, Joan is a wise, experienced lady.

We are preparing for the worst, if he is anything like his father. "Little bugger" doesn't do it justice. 32 years ago, barely able to walk, he would touch the TV and audio equipment. Mum told him, NO Scott, many times, resorting to smacks on the hand and pulling him away. Didn't stop him, just kept going back and playing with the knobs and things. The only reason he stopped touching it, was when HE decided he did not want to anymore. Today, he is still as determent as ever.

We don't believe in making the whole house baby/child proof. It's up to the parents, or us, to control the kids. We can close the back room off with french doors, which is the easiest way to keep them away from the computers, etc.
Everyone has their own computer here, with back up comps running, printers, scanners and speakers everywhere. Sally and i both have 2 screens each.
Place looks like a NASA control centre.

Jon
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12 Sep 2010   #29
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Glad it all worked out. Great pics as well. One's to treasure
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12 Sep 2010   #30
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Didn't stop him, just kept going back and playing with the knobs and things. The only reason he stopped touching it, was when HE decided he did not want to anymore.
Sounds very familiar.
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