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Good luck lighting that fire ...;-)

Careful with the private 529's. I think you'll be committing to a specific college and the youngster's have a tendency to change their minds...

I also forgot to mention that you might want to think about focusing on your retirement first and then the 529. I know this may sound selfish but I think that you should make sure that you both are secure with your retirement and then focus on the 529. The goal is to avoid the stress of not having saved enough for retirement and not having enough for your child's education. Just a thought.

rebalancing every 3 months seems to aggressive to me but best of luck to you.

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