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How It Sounds To Be 35

How It Sounds

How It Sounds To Be 35

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Bathtub toys.

Larry Chambers

Larry Chambers, 35, lives in Alexandria, Va., near Washington D.C., with his wife, Dana, and their three children: Owen, 9, Clara, 7, and Eleanor, who will soon be a year and a half. As national press officer for the U.S. Forest Service and a father, Larry receives a lot of voice mail messages and gives a lot of baths.

Larry Chambers.
Larry Chambers

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