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August 14, 2015

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Jen Yance

super awesome article!

Glorianne

I love this post. We have been very lucky to go on 4 all expense paid cruises with the in laws. It's very important to the in laws that we all get together at night for dinner and share stories. During the day, we all went our own way. the kids went on their first cruise when my daughter was 8 and yes, we were more hands on...but we never "dumped" or "expected" the in laws to watch the kids. We wanted to experience Alaska with the kids. Yes, you get on each other nerves after a while and hopefully people can find some privacy someplace and not say things to each other so hurt full that you come back from vacation hating everyone. As it was said in the previous article, wonderful memories are made

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