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thanks bud... everything looks good so far.

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i know zod has a girl on the way but the good thing is his twin boys will be the enforcers for him. lol

i think it's like a 9-10 year gap. when she is 16 they will be 25 ish and zod will just go ok boys keep an eye out for her. me and the wife will be on the beach somewhere.

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Divorced after 15 years. Son is 14.

Not givn a fug and loving life.

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26 next month

Married my high school sweetheart a little more than a year ago. We've been together for 10 years

2 daughters age 6 and 4

1 son age 5 months

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Married 15 years in July

10 year old son, 8 year old daughter

For those with newborns, enjoy every moment with them because they will be my kids age before you know it. I still can't believe mine aren't babies anymore. High school will be here sooner than I know it. Sigh.......

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never realized the huddle had so many old fugers...I suddenly don't feel so alone anymore!

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28 / not married / no known children

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Hoping there's someone older than I....

57 years old, married a few times, this one's lasted 15 years!

No kids and 2 dogs

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Married 15 years in July

10 year old son, 8 year old daughter

For those with newborns, enjoy every moment with them because they will be my kids age before you know it. I still can't believe mine aren't babies anymore. High school will be here sooner than I know it. Sigh.......

You aren't kidding. I remember the day my oldest son was born like it was yesterday. Now, he is 3 years away from leaving for college.

Too easy to wake up and realize you missed too many of the little moments in their lives.

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