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It's as if I were a fly on the wall...that these Kleins are sharing their lives with the world at large is fabulous. I am not still married and had no children and it's really fun and a lot of smiles watching how Jen and Bill so bravely live and the kids are hilarious. As they come up against the things that might slow them down, the next thing they are living as joyously ( is that a word?) as they can. Will is a character and is a force of nature and he is lucky to have found these parents. Zoey is adorable and has a determination that is admirable and foretells a strong little girl. They seem to get along so well and it's really fun to watch them as they grow. Bill and Jen are some special people.
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