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I was out hunting with no intention on shooting a doe, when My wife called to let me know my 41/2 year old son and 3 year old daughter were playing when he pushed her and she went into the table and broke her collar bone. As I got that call minutes later a mega doe and 2 fawns (big without spots) walked by, She easily would have dressed 100-110 lbs no lie she was huge. I am only out for bucks now but I was gonna take her at 10 yds. But I needed to get home and see my little princess and get her Motrin. I'm gonna give up night hunting till sat, Hav'nt seen the bucks I have been so I'm gonna give the woods a rest for a few days.
 

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She's tough. Plus I bought her a bird.. A sun conure. Put me out 550.00 but her smile was worth it.
 

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Sorry to hear about your little girl. I have a 5 yr old "princess" and can envision the firedrill last night. Hope she feels better. Bob
 

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Well the mommy (that's me) tried not to ruin the evening post dealt with everything and didn't call until after we had been to the ER and back. I needed the motrin (didn't make the extra stop since she was so whinnie) and thought I waited long enough to make the call...it was after 630, closer to 7, I thought. BUT as you can see I was wrong and ruined Ant's and Ryan's shots at 2 does. Well dummy me what was I thinking???? It IS deerseason! Duh!

She's fine except when she forgets and tries to use her arm. Then I hear "OUH, that hurts! Luke broke me." She's a tough cookie...has to be being the youngest of 8!
 

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Sorry to hear about the little one. But, after it's all healed up and a year or so goes by, she'll probably hardly remember the whole event.

David
 
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