Do you bring your daughters hunting?

Discussion in 'Women's Hunting Forum' started by Ladyotl, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. Kimmie

    Kimmie Moderator Sponsor Moderator

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    That's such a great picture Tom. :D

    I *make* my 4 year old wear ear protection. He knows if he doesn't wear them he can't go- Period. Granted, it's a pain in the rear to have the whole discussion of "Why Why Why"; but, at least he can hear me when I'm talking to him. He's a boy. He's already equipped with that "selective" hearing you men types have! :l He doesn't need any help with tuning me out.


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  2. BNick

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    It'll be a few years until I can take my daughter hunting: she was just born Wednesday!!!

    "Jenessa" will be beating the brush and out catching her mom, dad, and brothers in no time.
     
  3. Tom Phillips*

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    Congratulations to your family on the birth of your daughter!

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  4. Kimmie

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    Ditto on the Congrats! :sp



    Kimmie :)
     
  5. Brownwaterdog

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    I now take my granddaughters!!! 3, 5, and 7 years old. Now that's a day in the blind. hehe
    Here they are playing in the dog trailer!!! They'll be little trainers too.

    Brownwaterdog
     
  6. Ladyotl

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    Congrats to you and your family BNick!!!:D
    BWD, great pic of your grandaughters they must be a a kick in the blind:)
    Darlene
     
  7. Brownwaterdog

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    That they are! The trick to getting them to go at this age is to take 'em home the minute they say they want to go. They can't get whiney. Actually it's the little one that really loves it out there.

    BWD:)
     
  8. Runnin' 87

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    Oh my!!! Well yes I do. She is four now. She can officially sit still for 4.56 seconds and be quiet for 9.83 seconds. Thats ok though. We have lots of fun. Let me see if I can find a couple picks. Oh and don't worry if it seems like I'm bragging. It's because I am. :D

    My Jessi Rose age three. 1st deer hunt.
     
  9. Runnin' 87

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    Daddy done tol' you boys not to be hangin' 'round here.

    Four years old.
     
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