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J

Hello friends!

Just wanted to share my newest addition!

Ian Gregory Knott was born on February 2nd at 11:23 AM. He weighed 6lbs. 12oz. and was 19" long...mother, baby and father are all doing well!

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7TiKiS posted on Thu, Feb 6, 2003 4:14 PM

Congratulations!

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T

Congrats John.

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GECKO posted on Thu, Feb 6, 2003 5:02 PM

Aloha to your new keiki! congrats

He looks like he's swinging a warclub....cool! Congragulations!

A

All HAIL the new member of the Tribe.
Mahalo,
Al

TR

Congratulations and the best to you and your family!

[ Edited by: Tiki Rider Five-O on 2003-02-06 20:39 ]

same here .

D

Congratulations on the new arrival!

hey, how come us Tiki Centralites didnt get to name the little guy? :wink:

T

Congratulations and best wishes to you and your family!!!

Do they make any tiki baby products? Maybe a little moai bottle, a marquesian rattle, Ku teething rings, tiki mobiles to hang over the crib? Well, if they don't....they should.

Hhhhmmmmmmmm... Wonder if that would be a good business to start up...?

Congrats, Tikijohn. That looks to be a fine specimen you got there.

Congratulations and the best to you and your family!

Now the real fun begins. :lol:


Carroll & Janet and the 4 pineapples

M

Congratulations on your new addition.

Mark

....why dont....I carve him an ancestral Patu (ornate Maori club similar in status familywise to a Japanese sword) to get him started? I'd be glad to have the job, It'd be free to you (or any other tiki centralite with a new soul on the way), and it would definitely be an honor. You guys and gals have been very supportive friends to an amatuer craftsman/drinker/dreamer...it's the least I can do.

T

Got to tikibaby.com!

J

On 2003-02-07 02:24, Basement Kahuna wrote:
....why dont....I carve him an ancestral Patu (ornate Maori club similar in status familywise to a Japanese sword) to get him started?

That sounds great!! I would be honored to accept such a gift on my son's behalf! It would truly become a family heirloom!

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