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Adam & Wilder 

click to enlarge Adam Hausmann, 44, owner of Adam’s Berry Farm in Charlotte, with son Wilder Rye, 9 months - SAM SIMON
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  • Adam Hausmann, 44, owner of Adam’s Berry Farm in Charlotte, with son Wilder Rye, 9 months

Do you imagine Wilder will grow up to run the farm one day?

Adam: We're pretty open. We don't want him to be on a parent-chosen path. I always say he's gonna run away to New York City, but who knows? We know so many folks who left Vermont but then came back to have a family here because there's no place like it, obviously, and because the community is so strong. But, ultimately, you find your own path.

click to enlarge Jessica Sanford, 35: I love talking to him about his firsts on the farm. Like telling him, "This is the first time you're pruning the blueberry bushes with us! " If he does take over the farm he'll end up knowing it better than either of us, because it will be a lifelong process for him. - SAM SIMON
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  • Jessica Sanford, 35: I love talking to him about his firsts on the farm. Like telling him, "This is the first time you're pruning the blueberry bushes with us! " If he does take over the farm he'll end up knowing it better than either of us, because it will be a lifelong process for him.

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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