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Where Have You Spread To?

I had a fabulous weekend trip back home to throw a baby shower for my sister and celebrate Mother's Day with my Mom.  Yesterday as brunch ended and we all went our separate ways in the restaurant parking lot, it struck me how neat it is that we've all branched out in different directions.  Here is my family's current breakdown of home locales...

3 sisters still call Iowa home

My parents are based in Iowa 
but have recently called both Alabama and Joplin, MO home 
as part of their disaster relief mission work.

I'm in Utah falling more and more in love everyday.

One sister is in Western Nebraska.

One sister is in New Mexico.


I'm curious, where is your family living now?

I should tell you about my husband's family, too!
10 siblings, plus his parents are still right here in Utah.
1 brother is in Pennsylvania,
1 brother in San Diego,
and 1 brother in Manila, Phillipines.
(Can't wait to go visit them!)

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  1. Much of the family is based in KY/TN but we have parts of the family living around the country.

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  2. Kiera @EasytravelmomMay 13, 2013 at 11:45 AM

    Our family is all over the world right now - I've lost track! And we really want to visit them too while they live in these great places!

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  3. Tricia @ roadtriptheworldMay 13, 2013 at 11:47 AM

    I'm in Ohio, Mom and sister in South Florida and other sister in New Orleans, LA. I wish we all lived closer!

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  4. I grew up in PA and am the closest of my siblings to my parents. They live in California and Sweden. There was a time when I lived in California and was still the closest. The one that lives in CA lived in Russia for four years.

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  5. I'm basically an only child who grew up in KS. After I got married, my husband and I moved to the Seattle, WA area. I have a half-brother and sister who live in WY. My father passed away when I was 17 and he was an only child. My mother recently moved to live near us in WA. My husband is from Alberta, Canada and we travel back there often to visit his family (dad & 3 siblings) who still live there.

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