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My family

JAYNE FRANCISHEADON FOUND THE REAL MEANING OF FAMILY WHEN SHE MET HER FUTURE WIFE

My unconventional, diverse, loving family consists of myself, my wife Emily, my three sons, Sean, 23, Owen, 21, and Gregg, 18, and our puppy, Timmy.

Emily and I are a lesbian couple with three grown-up children – nothing out of the ordinary about that. What makes us unusual is the age gap between us.

At 26 years younger than me, and a month younger than my oldest son, Emily is from the same generation as my boys. I like to think this keeps me young!

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