5. Where They Live
The three people involved share a king size bed. They live on a very large property in Austin. Adam and Jane use one house as a home office while the other house is reserved as living quarters where Brooke homeschools the children. We’ll go into how they handle criticism in #4.
4. Taking Scrutiny In Stride
The main focus of the “trouple” is family. They revel in the fact there is always someone available to watch the kids while they take turns going on dates and spending quality time together. They have obviously faced some intense scrutiny, but take it in stride. They have gone this far without anyone’s advice.
3. Changing Society’s Opinions
Many people told them their relationship wouldn’t last and would cause a lot of problems. They have proven their critics wrong and are still going strong after five years. They believe they are setting a good example and playing a pivotal role in changing society’s views on what relationships should be. They dream of the day when they can go through with #2.
2. Can’t Legally Make It Official
According to the law, the three polyamorous people are not allowed to get married to each other but hope they can change that one day. Brooke has expressed extreme interest in being able to have a wedding so she can prove her love and commitment to both Adam and Jane. Until then, #1 describes their current goals.
1. Happily Ever After
Adam, Brooke, and Jane are living happily while raising their children. They are living proof that families are made up of much more than one mom, one dad, two moms, or two dads. They insist this is not just a phase and hope their normal and happy children are proof of the benefits of being polyamorous.