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    Thankfully, the military installation we live on is quite safe, so we have no qualms about our daughter playing all over the neighborhood. We have a hard time getting her to come back in when it's dinner time! Our neighborhood really is a great place for children. Since nearly everyone who lives outside of the barracks has children, this place is literally teeming with them.
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    I won't even plan on having kids until I know they're going to brought up in a great environment with plenty of woods, fields and hills to explore. When I was a kid, a trip to the woods would be like a trip to Disneyland. My Dad showed my brothers and I how to make (crappy) bows and arrows out of hazel wood and how to carve and strip wood. Visiting my Grandad in Wales' Forest of Dean was a huge treat and we'd walk for hours splashing in the streams we'd find. Thankfully not much has changed and I'm excited about the prospect of doing all that again when I eventually have children .
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