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The kids at my wedding were 13 - 16 and two toddlers.  We didn't mind having them since it was their parents that would have to take care them not us :)  come to think of it, neither one of them cried or fussed.

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We will be having lots of kids...probably close to 20 raining in ages from 5 months to 10 years old and about 80-90 adults. We chose our resort based on the kids amenities as well as adult amenities! Hello Kid's Club!!

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We are also accepting kids at our wedding. I love kids and am not worried at all.

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Yes we had kids at our wedding, we are very family oriented, we want kids of our own ASAP so it was a non issue. We had 2 of our nieces involved in the wedding, Jr. Bridesmaid and Flower Girl, and we were so happy to include the girls. Yes the kids had to be pulled out of school since it was January, but only two of the kids who attended are in school (all the other kids were under 5) and they are 10 and 7 years old, so it wasn't a big deal, not like they are in high school and missing important exams or anything. I'm sure they got caught up quickly once they were back in class. Having the kids there was a blast, we loved it! Especially our nieces, being a part of the wedding was really special for them.

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Oh so not a big deal then! 3 days is nothing! My SIL and her family made a two week vacation out of our wedding so the two kids were out of school for two weeks....and actually, it was more like a month they were out of school because they were off for Christmas break, and then got sick for a week, and then went to Cuba...I said their brains would turn to mush they've been out for so long! haha But like I mentioned, they are young, Grade 5 and 2 so no biggie :)

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Children since we have our own will be at mine but they will only miss about 2days of school. We just notified the school of the dates so they could make up anything missed

 

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Our two daughters will be our flower girls at our wedding. I can not imagine not having them included in the big day :)

 

 

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