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    Oyagoi mrbradleybradley's Avatar
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    New Koi Keeper

    It is a true indication of the international friendliness of this board that I can so happily share some great news from Australia

    Here she is, so beautiful.

    3.46kg or 7 pound 10

    Head 34cm

    Length 49.5cm

    Emily-Elizabath Bradley

    Born 0023 on June 23rd 2005.

    Beautiful daughter of Bradley & Michelle Bradley

    We are back at home know, a mere 36hours after her birth. Very are so very proud. Michelle is doing well and EEB is healthy, happy and sleeping.

    We are blessed.

    Regards

    Bradley & Michelle
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    Congrats and best wishes!
    Koi-Unit

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    Beautiful - congrats!

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    A Grand Champion No doubt. Excellent confirmation on this tosai! Congrats!

    A new Niece came into this world for my wife and I on the 19th of June 05'



    Joe
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    Oyagoi mrbradleybradley's Avatar
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    Gc

    Cute.

    I dont think we will need a mud pond tho.

    But, Michelle may well like a mud bath from "PONDS".

    Bradley

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    Beautiful - congratulations to you and your family.

    --Dinh

    P.S. Any koi nick name for EEB ;-))

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    Oyagoi koifishgirl's Avatar
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    She sure is a pretty baby for a new born. Congradulations and how many more? Nice clean skin with no hi patches, my son looked a mess and quite ugly when he was born, I think babies today look much better, doctor have it down pat now they dont come into the world all beat up. Hay a mud pond will keep that nice skin shinning let her play in them when she gets old enough, its good for the skin really.

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    Congrats, to you and your family. We have another koikichi hobbyist in the making...
    The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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    Congratulations and glad you are all at home doing fine.

    I am sure you are glad to be back home
    Regards

    Gazza

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    Congratulations!

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