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robs 06-19-2010 06:45 PM

Woo hoo
 
We were greeted by the birth of our 2nd child in the early hours of the morning 20/6/20. A healthy 3.9kg girl coming in at 51cm. Mum and bub are doing well.:):):):)

heliman 06-19-2010 07:16 PM

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Congratulations!

Will you be making some pizzas to celebrate?? ;-)

Archena 06-19-2010 08:35 PM

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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

robs 06-20-2010 12:10 AM

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Will you be making some pizzas to celebrate?? ;-)

Not just yet, probably in a few days when everthing settles down a bit. If that could ever happen with a house full of girls.

nissanneill 06-20-2010 05:31 AM

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Hi Rob
Congratulations on the wonderful news but I concur with your comment
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If that could ever happen with a house full of girls.
My wife had twin girls 30 years ago and I still hardly get a word in edge ways! (but I love em all)!

Neill

Chef 06-20-2010 06:35 AM

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Congrats! I wish you the best of luck as a guy who has 3 daughters, 1 step daughter, one mother and 3 mother-in-laws!

texassourdough 06-20-2010 07:43 AM

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Congratulations Rob. I would suggest planning ahead and providing her with the educational experience to become a charcuterier so you will have spectacular sausages to use on your pizzas. Wish I had planned ahead with my daughter! :)

Jay

robs 06-20-2010 08:30 AM

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3 daughters, 1 step daughter, one mother and 3 mother-in-laws!
Thankfully i only have one mother in law. The wife and two daughters is plenty for me. Will definitely be looking for a house with a big shed and WFO now.

robs 06-20-2010 08:31 AM

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Thanks for all the congratulations.



Robs

robs 06-24-2010 07:03 PM

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Will you be making some pizzas to celebrate?? ;-)
Since the inlaws are staying here for a while i decided to do pizzas for dinner. Prepared the dough, left in fridge overnight and it was going crazy. Monday night when i planned to cook 'em i raced home from the hospital, it rained, the oven took forever to heat up due to moisture, i was in a hurry because i got a late call to fill in in a hockey game. If they were ever going to turn out like a mound of charcoal this was going to be the time. Surprisingly they all worked out with only a few toppings lost to the fire, always seems to be when i put pepperoni on. The pizzas ended up being my best yet maybe i just need to put myself under a bit more pressure when i cook pizzas.
When i got home from hockey i put a beer can chook in to have the next day, rubbed it with some Dukkah. It turned out great and was the most moist chook i've ever had. Only problem is the opening to my oven is too low to fit the chook in upright so you have to tip it over to get it in which isn't too bad but trying to get the hot chook out is a different story. Might have to do that one in the electric oven or maybe the bbq.


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