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​overwelming is sugar coating it. My son Kevin Jr has pku, pku is a ginetic eating disorder that prevents him from eating protein. Food is watched closely in my house, not to mention expensive. My other son konnor can eat whatever he wants so there is some issues with that. My wife has wegeners disease that prevents her from working along with other things. So I work 5 12hr days to provide for everyone. 

I refuse help from babysitters and handouts because I want to be the most important person in my family's life. I want to be the hero to my family. Though the stress can be mind blowing I can't help but keep on doing my best to keep everything going OK. I'd rather take the blow than have any of my family feel one once of pain or stress.

Family time is a time for everyone to spend time together as a family. We ride bikes and play outside. Its getting to know each other and knowing how your kids play and react to fun things. We play the Wii games and watch cartoons inside to have fun inside. My favorite time is spent at home with my family watching the today show while my kids get ready for school

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