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ford girl

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« on: May 09, 2007, 22:08:49 PM »
Thought i would put a picture of my six month old daughter Kaylee working on her dads car..........Well got to start them early haven't you.......thing is when we tried to get the spanner off her she started crying, we were outside with her for ages she couldn't get enough LOL  

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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2007, 23:10:47 PM »
if she'd read the manual first she'd realise that wasn't the correct size plug spanner    


Offline Mikey J

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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2007, 23:43:09 PM »
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if she'd read the manual first she'd realise that wasn't the correct size plug spanner    




Now you just watch she doesn't get an electrical shock, lol.

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ford girl

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« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2007, 22:10:47 PM »
Yeah i know its the wrong spanner but she isn't old enough to know the difference, give it another couple of months LOL  

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« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2007, 22:43:53 PM »
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Thought i would put a picture of my six month old daughter Kaylee working on her dads car..........Well got to start them early haven't you.......thing is when we tried to get the spanner off her she started crying, we were outside with her for ages she couldn't get enough LOL  


ford probe then , (good choice !)
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« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2007, 23:06:20 PM »
at 3m Toby was keeping an eye on me whilst rebuilding the inlet system on a T5.

He's been interested ever since..

1 word of warning, never tell them a car is their one.

I had to scrap Tobys mk1 golf project...

He noticed the wings had been taken off "ohhh nooo DADY!"

He spotted it going in the garage "Toby car in Garage DADY!!!"

He noticed the doors propped up against the sierra "OH NOOO DADY, TOBY CAR BROKEN!"..

We had to be ver careful that he did not see the disected remains being taken out of the garage!

Still, he wondered where his car had gone..

Did I feel Guilty????



Daddies special car is now Tobys, well shes never getting sold so its a safer bet!!

TT

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« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2008, 21:25:52 PM »
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at 3m Toby was keeping an eye on me whilst rebuilding the inlet system on a T5.

He's been interested ever since..

1 word of warning, never tell them a car is their one.

I had to scrap Tobys mk1 golf project...

He noticed the wings had been taken off "ohhh nooo DADY!"

He spotted it going in the garage "Toby car in Garage DADY!!!"

He noticed the doors propped up against the sierra "OH NOOO DADY, TOBY CAR BROKEN!"..

We had to be ver careful that he did not see the disected remains being taken out of the garage!

Still, he wondered where his car had gone..

Did I feel Guilty????



Daddies special car is now Tobys, well shes never getting sold so its a safer bet!!

TT

When Joe was 2 I took him to do the weeks shopping in a Focus WRC replica from work - his kiddie seat fitted perfectly in the race seat and it had normal belts as well as the harnesses fitted. Right little poser he was! LOL. All hail the trolley wallies at Morrison's as they coned off an area for the car so nobody went near it whilst we were in there. Amazing how much shopping you can get in a stripped caged monster. Now I'm building the 3 door he (now 5 1/2) asked if he can have it one day. I told him at this rate it'll be finished by his 17th birthday!!

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« Reply #7 on: January 14, 2008, 23:22:16 PM »
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When Joe was 2 I took him to do the weeks shopping in a Focus WRC replica from work - his kiddie seat fitted perfectly in the race seat and it had normal belts as well as the harnesses fitted. Right little poser he was! LOL. All hail the trolley wallies at Morrison's as they coned off an area for the car so nobody went near it whilst we were in there. Amazing how much shopping you can get in a stripped caged monster. Now I'm building the 3 door he (now 5 1/2) asked if he can have it one day. I told him at this rate it'll be finished by his 17th birthday!!

Here is the little monster...

 

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