Listen, I get it, not all fathers are great dads or exes for that matter. It's not about that. What I want you to think about is the importance of your child's father in the story of their life, and yours too.
The journey to get where we are today has been rocky, but it was SO worth it. Neither one of us is easy to live with on a good day, let alone on our worst. Now, our demons are behind us and we try to make everyday the best it can be.
Almost nine years later after we said our vows, I am still confident that I married the RIGHT person. If you have been married before and married again, you know exactly what I mean. I want to make sure that we continue to be happy, feel valued and fulfilled.
It's very important to recognize the importance of a father in the life of a child. Many great fathers have had to fight, in the courts, for time with their kids. The laws surrounding visitation and co-parenting, seemed to be swayed in one direction, leaving dads feeling left out and unimportant. But, that's all changing.
Bigger is not always better, at least according to a new study on marriage, which says a big wedding ring and a big elaborate wedding increases the chances for divorce. WHAT???? Who does these studies anyway?
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert seem to have it all: thriving music careers, energetic personalities, and they're even known as country's hottest couple. You know what else they have? Money! Well, that and a hilarious sense of humor. When rumors of divorce recently started circulating, they addressed them in their own way.
Everyone, including me, is excited for Brantley Gilbert and Jana Kramer! They announced their engagement recently and although this will be Brantley's first marriage it is marriage number two for Jana. Who was she married to before? I think you might recognize him.
I'm as addicted to Facebook as anyone, but some people just don't understand that whatever goes on that wall is there for all to see...including lawyers. Some people of lower moral character may now regret their posts, pokes, tags, and random gallivanting in Farmville pastures, when they are brought up in court, during divorce proceedings...