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DaveyDee    25

thankyou - Jayden Hunt - it has been tough over the last 10 years to get your kids to love the Demons. 

Then along comes Jayden Hunt and the are now passionate Demons 100% on-board. 

Who do your kids love? 

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Deemented Are Go!    1,246

Daisy Pearce - my girls got a personalised autographed picture from her wishing them luck with their footy careers! 

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Wiseblood    12,056

I've indoctrinated my two year old to nod and smile when I ask her if she loves Melbourne, and to shake her head vigorously when I ask her if she loves St. Kilda, who my wife supports. 

That's good enough for me at the moment! 

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My Daughter (13) has long been a Nathan Jones but is also rapt with Daisy these days. The 20 yr old Son is a big Max Gawn trajic and I am completely torn between my love of Jayden Hunt's speed, Oliver's handballing and nifty Nev Jetta for just being Nev.

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Rocknroll    239
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My three year old loves number 5 and the "truck"

 

hopefully he kicks a bag today 

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Forest Demon    2,748

Jayden Hunt is our point of difference. If we make finals and he can cut loose, look out.

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Ron Burgundy    5,860
6 hours ago, Wiseblood said:

I've indoctrinated my two year old to nod and smile when I ask her if she loves Melbourne, and to shake her head vigorously when I ask her if she loves St. Kilda, who my wife supports. 

That's good enough for me at the moment! 

I force my 4 year old boy to love the Demons.

If he doesn't, I don't feed him.

Believe me, it works.

 

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Ron Burgundy    5,860
5 hours ago, Rocknroll said:

My three year old loves number 5 and the "truck"

 

hopefully he kicks a bag today 

The names 'Petracca' and 'Jetta' are addictive to little humans.

 

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Wrecker45    1,583

Jack Watts and Daisy.

we are pioneers of the women's game. My daughter rates Daisy along with Father Christmas, thecEaster bunny and tooth fairy.

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DaveyDee    25

Geez they are tough icons to beat 

3 hours ago, Wrecker45 said:

Father Christmas, thecEaster bunny and tooth fairy.

Jack & Daisy must be doing a great job and you must be one awesome dad with his priorities in the right place

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Dr. Gonzo    6,071
11 hours ago, Rocknroll said:

My three year old loves number 5 and the "truck"

 

hopefully he kicks a bag today 

Yeah my 4 year old loves Petracca - he also loves Dangerfield 

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layzie    172

Great story! Love how we've got someone the kids can look up to. Hopefully he can deliver for them for years to come!

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Deeeeecent    0

I was really impressed with how he lowered his eyes yesterday against St Kilda. He was hitting up the right target inside 50 where as previously he was pumping the ball long to 50/50 (or less) contests. I am not sure where he will end up however with his speed and improving composure he could become the 'outside' class that we are looking for to balance our midfield mix. 

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P-man    8,562
On 13 August 2017 at 11:03 AM, Wiseblood said:

I've indoctrinated my two year old to nod and smile when I ask her if she loves Melbourne, and to shake her head vigorously when I ask her if she loves St. Kilda, who my wife supports. 

That's good enough for me at the moment! 

Fun day at your place yesterday? :D

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Lord Travis    1,788
10 minutes ago, Deeeeecent said:

I was really impressed with how he lowered his eyes yesterday against St Kilda. He was hitting up the right target inside 50 where as previously he was pumping the ball long to 50/50 (or less) contests. I am not sure where he will end up however with his speed and improving composure he could become the 'outside' class that we are looking for to balance our midfield mix. 

He was a lot better yesterday. It was the first time he didn't just bomb it long over and over. He was spotting up shorter passes to guys inside 50 which converted to scoring shots instead of 50/50 contests. If he keeps that up then he'll become an All Australian standard HBF or wingman.

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Wiseblood    12,056
29 minutes ago, P-man said:

Fun day at your place yesterday? :D

Absolutely mate!

I must admit though that I'm as restrained as I can be - they have had the wood over us for a long time and her family has been pretty good about it, so I don't go too over the top.  I did watch the highlights with my daughter a few times and we had a few fist bumps and 'Go Dees' being said, so I'm pretty happy with that!

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DeeZee    2,803

Apart from his obvious talents, I just love the kids confidence.

Beautiful to watch when he makes a run.

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