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The Teen Ven Diagram
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I was informed by my 15 year old son yesterday that the perfect summer for him was time with his friends, hanging out. To put it less nicely, anything that didn’t involve me or his little sister. There’s a part of me that wanted to say, no duh buddy, I wasn’t 15 that long ok (ok, perhaps there is a slight fib in the balance of the passage of time, but I at least REMEMBER being 15).

I love the schooling I receive pretty constantly: “Uh, Mom, you don’t match.” or “Mom, I can’t believe you won’t let me go (fill in the blank here) with (fill in the blank here)! You’re the only mother who won’t let me go (boo hoo).” or my personal favorite in response to any number of outfits, comments, or behaviors of his little sister: “Mom, I’m worried about Emma, she’s just so weird”. Long live the ability of teens to scorn their families and any connection to the perceived absurdities of life as part of the family unit. 

What’s interesting is that most days, my son’s immeasurable wisdom and distain doesn’t include his two step siblings. It’s as if they hold a close, but just hovering outside of the familial zone, part in the dynamics of his life. People always ask me how we do it with 4 children and the best answer I can give is that we are blessed that they all love each other. Most days (who loves their siblings most days? ? ). Yes, they can all get on each other’s nerves. Yes, the youngest knows how to push everyone’s buttons. And, yes, they all want and need their space and time alone with Pete and I. But they genuinely love and respect each other. I hear we’re an anomaly in blended families – while they don’t always like their parents and step-parents, they *do* genuinely like each other. 

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