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Hamilton, D. December 7, Pendlebury, D. Wade, N. Surely no need to worry about the decisions that you have made for them — they sound like such intrepid, confident children to be proud of! I had no idea the anxiety that would come with motherhood and all the decisions we have to make that involve the kids lives!! More choices now? More pressure for the kids to be doing everything!!

I was an English major and then did Teach for America. If Maude ever wants to chat, my email is Rachel. Cole gmail.

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I believe I read before that you require your sons to complete Eagle Scout. Am I remembering that correctly? I saw that your talked about Girl Scout Camp. Hi Katie. But it turns out both of our sons really like scouting, so wanting to get an Eagle was a natural path.

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The girls camp I mentioned is through our church — one week each summer for ages Interestingly, the Personal Progress program you mentioned is ending this year. Olive has finished the program, and Betty is trying to finish it this year before it ends. And not really at all safe with my dad, emotionally. Anyway, you guys are clearly doing something incredibly right with your kids this post alone makes that very clear!!

We live in the Bay Area and I wanted to say that we have found sailing to be very rewarding for my kids. The independence of being on a little! There are some very thoughtful criticisms of TFA that are worth investigating and that I think you will find compelling. There are also alternatives in which Maude could participate. How do you define a "big" family?

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