Sherrie, second right, and Mark Shorten, right, pose for photos with their children, 12, left, and Chance, 6, in front of their home, a converted school bus, in Splendora, Texas on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Nearly a year after their two children were found living virtually unsupervised in the old school bus, the Shortens regained full custody of their kids Tuesday when a judge dismissed a child welfare case against them. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Karen Warren) MANDATORY CREDIT

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Sherrie, second right, and Mark Shorten, right, pose for photos with their children, 12, left, and Chance, 6, in front of their home, a converted school bus, in Splendora, Texas on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Nearly a year after their two children were found living virtually unsupervised in the old school bus, the Shortens regained full custody of their kids Tuesday when a judge dismissed a child welfare case against them. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Karen Warren) MANDATORY CREDIT
Sherrie, second right, and Mark Shorten, right, pose for photos with their children, 12, left, and Chance, 6, in front of their home, a converted school bus, in Splendora, Texas on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Nearly a year after their two children were found living virtually unsupervised in the old school bus, the Shortens regained full custody of their kids Tuesday when a judge dismissed a child welfare case against them. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Karen Warren) MANDATORY CREDIT
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