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    More often than not, Brian's after-dinner time is spent on the ground with four tiny humans crawling all over him, accidentally kicking him in the junk. He just takes the hit, breathes deep and keeps on playing. He'll get a big blanket over him and crawl around growling. The kids call this "the rock monster game", and they never laugh harder than when they're playing this with their dad.

    He's the one who does all the funny talk about poop and butt cracks and silly things that little kids find absolutely hilarious. Brian knows how to make them laugh and his to do list rarely gets in the way of sitting on the floor and engaging in his kids' happiness.


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    A few weeks ago I had a meltdown. It seemed there was always a big mess to clean up somewhere in the house and nothing was flowing. I felt like I had no help at all, and I couldn't keep up with anything,. I had just added in working several hours a day on growing my blog into a second income, and had no balance. My meltdown occurred near the end of the day right when Brian walked through the door. He stood in the living room just listening to my rant, and after it was done, he was quiet. A few minutes later he called the kids downstairs and gave them a talk about chores.

    After about ten minutes he had them cleaning the whole upstairs. They have actually done what he said most mornings since that day. Because when Brian speaks to the kids about something, it's serious and he means business; they know that.

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    Also because I am always talking to them and I admit, lecturing them, so when Dad says something it sounds new, and tends to stick. Brian comes into a crisis like a helicopter, with a bird's eye view, scans the situation with his logic and can come up with a practical and effective solution, all while remaining totally calm while I'm a tired basket case.

    I need that, because sometimes I'm so caught up in the chaos that I can't see the obvious solution. I am temperamental and that is my biggest issue- anger. I can take so much and then I fly off the handle and just lose it.

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    Brian really doesn't do this. He is calm, collected, and reasonable basically all the time. Steady and I am.