>Greg (mid-forties), is a pastor at a small, local church. He lives life by The Book and tries to raise his boys with traditional values, instilling in them integrity and virtues, knowing full well that everyone makes mistakes, but that no matter how hard you fall the true test is how often you get back up. Gregg is just as crazy for his wife as the first day he met her, and although he is the head of the household, he treats his wife as an equal and a partner in this thing called family. Greg is spontaneous and fun, and although a bit out of touch with the modern world, and sometimes acts as the fifth child of the family, sixth if you count John 2.
>Laura (mid-none-of-your-business) She is the first one up in the morning and the last one to go to sleep at night. She always puts her family first and her needs second. She doesn’t ask much of her family, but fifteen minutes peace and quiet while she’s in the tub. Although she wears a skirt, she definitely wears the pants in family, but it is not beneath her to let loose once in awhile. Laura is equal parts strong, independent woman, and caring, loving mom… to five children. Six if you count John 2.
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