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November 25, 2014

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<p>8:50 p.m.: Four mothers, no children: These women left their nine kids at home and flew to Las Vegas with their husbands to ring in the new year at the Palms.</p>

<p>Cyndi Johnston, Cyndee Fiorillo, Kristine Richter and Renee Johnston (l-r) agreed that New Year's Eve is a night for adults.</p>

<p>Between the four of them they have nine children between the ages of four and 16 years old - yet none of the women appeared to be suffering from any separation anxiety as the group made their way to their table at Gardunos.</p>

<p>Instead, the women said their only regret was that a fifth friend had to stay back home in Minnesota with her four kids while her husband accompanied the others on the trip to Sin City.</p>

Melissa Arseniuk

8:50 p.m.: Four mothers, no children: These women left their nine kids at home and flew to Las Vegas with their husbands to ring in the new year at the Palms.

Cyndi Johnston, Cyndee Fiorillo, Kristine Richter and Renee Johnston (l-r) agreed that New Year's Eve is a night for adults.

Between the four of them they have nine children between the ages of four and 16 years old - yet none of the women appeared to be suffering from any separation anxiety as the group made their way to their table at Gardunos.

Instead, the women said their only regret was that a fifth friend had to stay back home in Minnesota with her four kids while her husband accompanied the others on the trip to Sin City.