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3 kids: 2 pre-teens and one teenager.  I am going to use this blog to record my own foot prints in this journey of growth with our three kids as they themselves grow into young adults. 

I will try to share our own experiences in helping them with their academic and extracuuricular endeavors. The goal is to provide some of our insights and hopefully encourage other parents to share their experiences and insights. 


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