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    Default My 2 1/2 yr old driving the CP. Video

    if this works, my 2 1/2 yr old daughter driving the boat with her dad, this kid amazes me everyday.Any one with a kid knows where I'm coming from here.Watch the video, check it out!

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    no worky

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    Yea trying to link it off my fing iPad, going to have to wait till tomorrow morning when I get to work.

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    thats crazy man. just thinkin about if that boat hits a roller and hooks. i would never take my little girl out like that. she means to much to me. at least she had a life vest on.

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    That is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wastedwinger View Post
    thats crazy man. just thinkin about if that boat hits a roller and hooks. i would never take my little girl out like that. she means to much to me. at least she had a life vest on.
    im sure he would never put his little girl in danger. plus it looked lke he was the only person on the water and it was mostly glass.


    very cool, my son is 1.5 yrs old. cant wait to do that with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wastedwinger View Post
    thats crazy man. just thinkin about if that boat hits a roller and hooks. i would never take my little girl out like that. she means to much to me. at least she had a life vest on.
    Relax dude, i was doing 23-30 and the only one on the water.
    Chill.

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    Looked like a good time! Family bonding at it's best!
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    Good Times !!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wastedwinger View Post
    thats crazy man. just thinkin about if that boat hits a roller and hooks. i would never take my little girl out like that. she means to much to me. at least she had a life vest on.
    fun police. Great vid Blender, I like the one where she spouts off parts!! keep up the good work bud!
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    There's two types of parents, those who enjoy their time with their children, and those that are constantly patching holes in the "bubble of life" that they keep their children in.
    Funny thing is...as the bubble children get older, there will probably be a huge source of resentment toward that bubble! I think we all know how the end result generally turns out! (Bubbles pop!)
    Every single parent here wishes no harm to any child, but, there are things in life that stand out in all of our minds that as children which has influenced/ molded us into what we do with ourselves today, I dont think a fascination with bubbles and or plastic is really what I want for my kid, the excitement of life and an Eyes wide oped view of life is more of what I want for mine! I dont think the video of Blunder's Slow ass GW was out of control, but who am I to Judge his driving skills, I did notice though that when he was turning, he held either the seat, jacket or his daughters hair (Hope not the hair! haha).
    These are just my thoughts, nope, im not a perfect parent, but every day I become a better one.
    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRG View Post
    There's two types of parents, those who enjoy their time with their children, and those that are constantly patching holes in the "bubble of life" that they keep their children in.
    Funny thing is...as the bubble children get older, there will probably be a huge source of resentment toward that bubble! I think we all know how the end result generally turns out! (Bubbles pop!)
    Every single parent here wishes no harm to any child, but, there are things in life that stand out in all of our minds that as children which has influenced/ molded us into what we do with ourselves today, I dont think a fascination with bubbles and or plastic is really what I want for my kid, the excitement of life and an Eyes wide oped view of life is more of what I want for mine! I dont think the video of Blunder's Slow ass GW was out of control, but who am I to Judge his driving skills, I did notice though that when he was turning, he held either the seat, jacket or his daughters hair (Hope not the hair! haha).
    These are just my thoughts, nope, im not a perfect parent, but every day I become a better one.
    Enjoy!
    Great post Todd.

    I have friends that do nothing with there kids , and when they finally come out to the river with the family the kids wont even touch the river (Scared!) Thats not a life i want to teach my daughter.

    Oh and yes my GW is a terd

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    Trev that's awesome man.

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