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He is going to be 19 whenever I get to see him. Nothing perverted please.
CRD1983 CRD1983 26-30, M 11 Answers Jan 6, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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My little brother died 26 years ago. I really just wish could see who he would have grown up to be. My mother died 2 years ago. I really just wish I could hear her voice again.



What you do together, whatever gifts you give him -- your presence is the best present. You may not feel like you're special enough, or that you've been gone too long, or whatever, but the truth is that as long as you're alive, that's all he really needs from you.



Just keep breathing. That's your gift to him.



Also, cash.

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That's a really good answer. Thanks for your response.

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Thanks. I'm glad that helped. :)

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I'm taking my younger brother to learn how to shoot after I get home soon from a deployment. And to shoot a parachute star cluster up in the sky.

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Yeah that's what I've been thinking about. I'm on my fourth tour right now. I just want to let him know I've been thinking of him.

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Give him a hug

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a pair of nike shoes if he's into basketball:))

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Drinking! Football! College party!

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Steak Dinner, then somewhere you can check out or actually talk to chicks.

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Go hang, buy him a beer and catch up.

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Go have some quality time with him - go fishing or play some sport. Have a nice drive to a park or just have a walk. Oh, BBQ?

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a wedgie or a noogie of course!

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lol actually the other suggestions are more on-target probably

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