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Title: Kids At The Wedding Pro's/Con's

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Subject: History
Author: Cheryl L
Date: February 11, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 525
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Adults always seem to forget the kids. We force them to be a part of this production. They have no real say. In most cases when they are present adults over look them. Typically nothing is done for or with the kids. Sure, we dress them up (NOTHING is more adorable as a 3year old in full tux) get them all wound up and then let them go...

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Get them to go down that long isle, have them to stand forever in front of a crowd of 100+ strangers (eeeek!!!). Then as soon as it starts, it’s over. Has anyone ever thought about what it’s like to be a part of all of this from a tiny kids vantage point? Not to mention how bored they must be once they realize none of this… is for them...

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