Well that's my son now flown the nest

grumpyoldgit

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For a brief period we were empty nesters, happy and carefree, planning to downsize and spend the profits.
Then youngest's marriage failed and he moved back in. We hardly see him since he works shifts, so it's not too bad.
 

zzzzz

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Getting the keys to his 1st house 🏡

Both my son & daughter live a nice 10 minutes walking distance from my house, close enough to keep an eye on 🚶
Like us you're very lucky. Count your lucky stars
We have both of ours within 4 miles of us and living in the country thats rare.
Most of our friends kids are scattered all over the world and its months and in some cases over a year since they've seen them.
Makes a massive difference to your wellbeing.
 

Erimus74

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Like us you're very lucky. Count your lucky stars
We have both of ours within 4 miles of us and living in the country thats rare.
Most of our friends kids are scattered all over the world and its months and in some cases over a year since they've seen them.
Makes a massive difference to your wellbeing.
Good post, agree 100%

I do count myself very lucky indeed 👍
 

Norfolkred1

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Like us you're very lucky. Count your lucky stars
We have both of ours within 4 miles of us and living in the country thats rare.
Most of our friends kids are scattered all over the world and its months and in some cases over a year since they've seen them.
Makes a massive difference to your wellbeing.
I have my son in Norfolk who I have not seen for well over a year along with his wife and 3 daughters. In a few weeks my Daughter and Son in Law are off to Cyprus for 3 years with the other 2 daughters. It's going to be hard but please no temp adoptions required.
 
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