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Oh my gosh! That looks horrible! I am so sorry that he's laid up like that :( I hope he's doing okay considering
 
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Since he can't reach the pedals yet, he could still sit on the soft seat and you work the pedals. Just like the pic you posted of him and you.

Will be praying for him Mike.
 

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petra79 said:
Since he can't reach the pedals yet, he could still sit on the soft seat and you work the pedals. Just like the pic you posted of him and you.

Will be praying for him Mike.
That leg looks long to me Ron.....a nice N series Ford and he may be tooling along giving grandpa a ride :)
 

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Tough break. :cry: How did it happen? Sliding into second?
No fun being on summer break, and not able to run and play outside.
He shoulda waited until August and he could have gotten a pretty little girl to push him around school in a wheelchair. ;)
 

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So Sorry to hear about this Mike. I suggest that he read and study up on antique tractors on the net as a therapeutic way to pass some time. :!:
 

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Hows he doing Mike?
 

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6 weeks wow!
 

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Thanks guys will definately pass all along!! It was jumping on his trampaline. It is now down and for free givaway!!
I tried my best to talk my mother in law in to NOT gtting one for my kids last year. It ended up at the scrap yard when one of my youngest boys friends got hurt on it 3 days after we put it together!
 
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Stephenscity said:
Can't say much they have had this one for probably 4years and they did enjoy. Guess they can get hurt doing anything. Think about this everytime I put them on the tractor.
Put em in a box and they'll get slivers. You've got to let them live and learn with out being negligent of course. The life of a fish isn't for people.
 

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Stephenscity said:
Can't say much they have had this one for probably 4years and they did enjoy. Guess they can get hurt doing anything. Think about this everytime I put them on the tractor.
Put em in a box and they'll get slivers. You've got to let them live and learn with out being negligent of course. The life of a fish isn't for people.
So true and quess that is what I truly feel. His Dad is on a real guilt trip right now and I keep telling him they will get hurt and they will heal. Life cann't be lived in a bubble or it's not lived!!



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Unfortunately, we cannot protect every family member or friend from everything. Dad's guilt will ease. All we can do is love and comfort the injured. If common sense prevails, good will come from this.
 
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Well said my friend. We've been blessed with only one ER visit per child. Each one was doing something they enjoyed.
 
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