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    Miss Conception Karren Hutton's Avatar
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    In a predicament

    So I’m in a quandary….. Have to go one of the mines in Virginia in a few weeks and I was planning to drive down and back enfemme, plus spend some time one evening dressed and probably shopping… My standard enfemme business trip. But the wife says today that I should take the son with me, since he needs the practice driving before he gets if permanent drivers license and we could go do guy things together. I said that I would see and left it at that.

    So what do I do,

    1) make up some small fib and let Karren have some fun

    or

    B) take the son and have some quality family time?

    I think I know what I’m going to do but what would you do in this situation??

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    hate to say it.....but as a daddy too..B
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    That's right, I did it Sharon's Avatar
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    Which is more important to you?

    PS -- I hope the answer is your son.

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    take your son

    it sounds to me that karren gets out alot. if it were me i would take my son and have a blast. my boy is older and in the army in iraq. i would do anything to have him home and do guy stuff.

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    WELL KAREN, FOR ME IT WOULD BE, FAMILY FIRST!!! karen can always sneak in there somewhere along the way.

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    hun the answer is easy

    think about it hun you should put your fem side aside and take your son. besides any man can be a father, only a "woman" can be a daddy/mommie.

    but really it sounds fun to beable to share time with your son
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    this is not meant to sound judgemental but i bet down the line you would look back and wish you had spent the time with your son.

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    enjoy your son while you can

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    I have to agree with everbody here. Spend some quilaty time with your son. It will give you 100% more enjoyment then dressing. Look at it this way...Karren will always be there, you son could be taken from you at any time. God forbid that to ever happen0.02

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    Take your son with you karren it won't be to much longer that he won't want dad to do anything with him. Once they get that drivers liscence it's pretty much a solo act for dad. No more guy stuff at least not til he out grows being indipendent and wants dad to do stuff again.

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    Forget the son, anyway it's just your son. Illogical? I agree! It's how you feel inside that matter. Have quality time with the family, lucky you.

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    One more step... outside! Francine's Avatar
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    safety first

    Karen,
    You say you're going to the mines in Virginia to work, but will your son be going to the mines with you? They may have regulations against allowing minors in the mine. That would possibly give you the "out" for plan 'A'.

    But if that's not the problem, or he can "be alone while you work", and myself, being a father of 5, .. I would say 'B'.

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    Do these words look familiar to ya Karren?

    Family first.....Karren is low on the food chain around here. But on the other hand it doesn't mean that I want to dress less often. Just that work, family and ice hockey...ohhh and sleep...take up a lot of time right now!!! So I jump at the chance to dress when and where I can.


    That's from a post you made on the "reality check" thread.


    Heeeere's your answer!

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    Francine, If they don't allow "minors" in the mine, who digs the coal?

    Karren, Enjoy every moment with your son while you can. You can dress the rest of your life.

    Jodi

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    Hi Karen,

    Deep down in a perfect world we would all love to dress but we must always make time for our wife (and/or kids if we have them). There will always be time to dress but family time is precious too. I say take your son.

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    I agree with everybody else, spend the time with your son.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karren Hutton
    B) take the son and have some quality family time?
    B) That's exactly what you should do.

    Put the heels on the shelf awhile...

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    Karen, I wished I would have had a son to spend time with. I had 3 girls, and it was fun raising them, but it would have been nice to have a boy..0.02 ..BJ

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    The RIGHT thing

    Quote Originally Posted by Karren Hutton
    So I’m in a quandary….. Have to go one of the mines in Virginia in a few weeks and I was planning to drive down and back enfemme, plus spend some time one evening dressed and probably shopping… My standard enfemme business trip. But the wife says today that I should take the son with me, since he needs the practice driving before he gets if permanent drivers license and we could go do guy things together. I said that I would see and left it at that.

    So what do I do,

    1) make up some small fib and let Karren have some fun

    or

    B) take the son and have some quality family time?

    I think I know what I’m going to do but what would you do in this situation??

    Love Karren
    Dear Karren
    YES, do the RIGHT THING and that is take your son. Time with your children is precious and supersedes everything EVEN Karren.

    Jerry

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    [SIZE="2"]I agree with everyone else, I think your son should come first...if there are regulations and you cant take him then thats fine, but if not id definately take him with you...dressing can wait[/SIZE]

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    Wink The Son Also Rises

    Hi darling. Of course everyone is right. The time you have with your son is limited. Yeah I know that they seem to be with us forever, but it's amazing how time flys! My son just moved out of the house to start his own life. Yet it seems like yesterday that I was taking a new baby home from the hospital. You know what? I'm sure that Karren is thrilled that you have this oppertunity and is looking forward to helping out on the trip even if she can not be physically there. Enjoy the adventure with youyr son, and believe me it is an advsnture to drive with them when they are just learning to drive!

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    Karren, I know you don't want to be singing "Cat's in the Cradle" in a few years, so... take him with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veronica
    enjoy your son while you can

    "CATS IN THE CRADLE"
    That is the most depressing song to me-story of my life as a working father.
    Karren, put your wants aside and be with your son. You can never make up for lost time!

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    we get to be both

    One of the beautiful things about being able to walk on both sides of the street is that we CAN! A strong relationship with a child has no equivalent. Becoming Karen will be even sweeter the next time.

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    Take your son and maybe after the driving lessons you can give him dressing Lessons (just kidding )
    You'll do the right thing
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