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+1. And hoping the team is complete

I paid the doctor a visit right after the second was born healthy. My team is definitely complete.
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I paid the doctor a visit right after the second was born healthy. My team is definitely complete.

Ditto. 

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I paid the doctor a visit right after the second was born healthy. My team is definitely complete.

 

Only one more and you would have had a fire team.

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Since I never post full fit pictures and had a photographer for once, I thought I'd share a picture from this past weekend with my two oldest as we get ready to head out to the Daddy/Daughter dance. 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Beautiful daughters, great father, and a nice suit :slayer: 

 

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I paid the doctor a visit right after the second was born healthy. My team is definitely complete.

ouch! That sounds like it probably hurt. 

 

 

I think I want 5 kids but my wife wants 2 or maybe even 3. I don't think a son would do us well since I was a real pain prankster child with too much energy. 

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I also agree that it looks somewhat long - from the camera angle the jacket hem looks lower than your right thumb - but would be concerned about shortening much more that 1.5 cm since the hip pockets are also cut somewhat low (in line with the low button point, which you said you preferred on this coat). Is that an L?

It's an R. I might just shorten it by .5", but it'll mean it won't cover my seat completely anymore. Looking at my arms doesn't really work though, as my arms are slightly short for my height.

Anyways, thanks for all the feedback, guys!
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TM - I have the jacket pictured on the right.  It is an unbelievably beautiful fabric.  My tailor was the most impressed with that one when I brought him a few jackets to have altered.  That being said, Ambulance is right - it is very difficult to pair/break into rotation.  I find myself reaching for it and then changing my mind.  I've worn it with grey/green flannel trousers, white shirt, burgundy ties and I think it looked good, but don't necessarily feel completely comfortable.  Hope that helps.


I just bought the same one NewYawker has (the far right), based largely on the beauty of the fabric and the fact that I don't have a go-to glen plaid, plus the desire to break up my fits with the occasional "Northern Lights" look.  It won't get worn too often, but I think I will love it when I wear it. 

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Only one more and you would have had a fire team.

That's what the wife is for.....she runs point.
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Touche'. My wife was actually IN the Army and I can't even get her to look at my room clearing plan in case of a break in.

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I just bought the same one NewYawker has (the far right), based largely on the beauty of the fabric and the fact that I don't have a go-to glen plaid, plus the desire to break up my fits with the occasional "Northern Lights" look.  It won't get worn too often, but I think I will love it when I wear it. 

Nice pick up HT.  I know its been on sale for a while so hopefully you were able to acquire it for a great price.  I have no doubt you will love it.  Its just a little difficult for me to get the right combinations.  Hopefully i become a little more comfortable wearing it in the future.  

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Touche'. My wife was actually IN the Army and I can't even get her to look at my room clearing plan in case of a break in.

You have a room clearing plan for your home? That's intense!
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Yes, yes I do.

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Nice pick up HT.  I know its been on sale for a while so hopefully you were able to acquire it for a great price.  I have no doubt you will love it.  Its just a little difficult for me to get the right combinations.  Hopefully i become a little more comfortable wearing it in the future.  

 

Marc hooked me up at a price bordering on outright theft.  :slayer:I think my first effort will be darker (not quite charcoal) gray trousers, but perfection will be good, rich mid-brown trousers.  Still need to get those, though. 

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Why are you the one clearing out when there is a break in? 

Why not hold the line with your shot gun and let the intruders clear out?

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Marc hooked me up at a price bordering on outright theft.  :slayer:I think my first effort will be darker (not quite charcoal) gray trousers, but perfection will be good, rich mid-brown trousers.  Still need to get those, though. 

Awesome!  I look forward to seeing how you wear it.  I thought it paired well with some dark green flannel trousers from EP.  I will need to try brown next.

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Why are you the one clearing out when there is a break in? 
Why not hold the line with your shot gun and let the intruders clear out?

Clearing a room is different from clearing out.
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