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I Have Kids Ages 13-18

Oh, my. No more tweens, not yet adults.

The “teen” years. Not to worry, the teen years are kind of like a visit to the dentist; it usually goes a lot better than expected. But you do have some future decisions to consider: college, out-of-state college, that last little trip you and the spouse may want to take before the kids enter college.

You know, all that sort of stuff.

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