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  1. Emily says:

    I remember building with Legos with my siblings too. So fun!

  2. Jen Enoch says:

    I am so with you on this. I can absolutely relate to grieving the loss of what could be. It’s the feelings of “back in my day”. I also find it challenging to let go, but desire they get out and experience stuff/life. It’s hard letting go, so now I just helicopter from behind the bushes. Creepy I know, but effective 🙂 ! they can’t see me, but I can see them…we’re all happy.

  3. Angela J Kim says:

    Beautiful photos! I’m a firm believer of letting children grow up in nature as well. That’s what kids remember the most!

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