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Will had passed his GED the first week of December. When we'd talked to him about the plans for the living situation and Chris said his lease was up at the end of the year, Will had insisted on moving out. Since then, he'd talked to his parents and arranged to stay in a room above their garage.
The timing about the baby was both right and wrong.