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McNaughton said the community would be similar to a subdivision the developer has done in Darien and which has both empty nesters and families in the community.
The trials of being an empty nester: When a child leaves for college, parents have the happiness of seeing their son or daughter mature and start off on an independent life.
But most of the county's school districts expect housing construction to slow and the overall population to age, as families who swarmed to the area become empty nesters. Call IndyStar reporter Emma Kate Fittes at (317) 513-7854.
October 27, 2017 Phnom Penh—Last month, Mu Sochua became an empty nester.
Except for myriad pets, including two cats, a dog and a rabbit named Marlon Bundo, the Pences are empty nesters.
Highlights: Introduced for 2017, this is Volvo’s new signature station wagon, aimed at women, young families and empty nesters.
On the plane home, the flood gates opened… Becoming an empty nester is almost like grieving.
Even having one boy off at college taught John to dread the life of an empty nester.
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EMPTY NESTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of empty nester for English Language Learners
: a parent whose children have grown up and moved away from home
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