You: Mom or dad-sized.

Your child: Bigger than that.

Teens are getting taller earlier, according to a physician at the Mayo Clinic Children’s Center.

We’d love to hear from parents whose kids look up to them, but have to look down a little doing it.

When did they shoot up past you, how tall are you both and what, if anything, has it meant? Assigning them all the top-shelf chores, asking them to wash the roof of the car …

Send your name, hometown and contact information to staff writer Kathryn Skelton at 689-2844 or [email protected]


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