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    Yeah, well, I had one of those once. And what I learned is that all girls are totally insane from about that age until around 21. It's the hormones and stuff. So don't take anything that happens in the next five or six years personally. There will be changes, it's just a question of how sweeping and dramatic, and how sudden. No telling what direction things will go in.

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    ......... is that all girls are totally insane from about that age until around 21.
    Whew! Brought back some memories of daughter and son!

    The solid grounding your daughters and sons have pays dividends in those trying times.

    The experiences of hunting and shooting together are life lessons not forgotten. Keep up the great work with the kiddos, Mike.


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    Regardless of how much she may or may not change, she will remember the happy days with you. Cherish these days, and congratulate yourself for doing some things very right.
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    You did a great job. Keep up the great work.

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    My twin daughters are 15 and will be deer hunting 03-04 January 2009 during the youth hunt weekend in MO. It's the first time they've done a youth hunt at the end of the season this year - usually it's at the front end of the season (and it was too this year 01-02 Nov 2008). So I know what you're talking about. One will be using a Ruger M77 Hawkeye in .243 Caliber and the other my brother-in-law will be providing (don't know the make or model) in .223. I can't wait.
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