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SemperEadem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-22-06 04:24 PM
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249. yes... as is her father, too
I've asked her on a number of occasions growing up if she wished she had siblings and she's always said "no". I've never married and it's going to stay that way. She's had experience of step-sisters when her dad married and that pretty much solidified her stand on not wanting siblings... he divorce after 10 years of marriage and has never remarried and is not interested in remarriage... which is good as her dad and his family have quite a bit of property and she is his 'heir apparent'. His sister has one child, too, as does my own sister. Only my fundamental xtain brother has 4 kids--two from each of his ex wives. Funny how that one worked out.
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