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Three of the company’s or one of the state of Washington, the trio, who have a long and happy life together under the same roof with their four children, and embrace a new life as a “throuple” – in spite of what others may think.

CrossFit gym owners, Mary and Leo Barillas met Kimberlee Slagle, at their fitness center in 2016, and is immediately “vibed” with the mother-of-two, The Sun reports.

“The friendship that we had seemed to be in sight,” Leo said. “A romantic relationship is started in 2016. Somewhere in all of that year, we fell in love, and probably at different times, for different reasons. So, We decided that the three of us vibed really well.”

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CrossFit gym owners, Mary and Leo Barillas, the photo on the left and in the middle, you met Kimberlee Slagle, right, at their fitness center in 2016, and is immediately “vibed” with the mother-of-two.
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Slagle, and their children Keagan, 11), and Kymper, 7, will move it to the Barillas’ Kennewick home in June of 2017, which will be shared with the couple’s children Ben, 9, and Paige, 4), the Daily Mail reports, to create a one-of-a-kind, happy family.

The Barillas were high school sweethearts, and were married when Mary turned 17, according to the Sun. Leo traveled all over the world while serving in the marine Corps, and the couple settled in their Everlasting State of residence nine years ago.

Fast forward to the present day, and Leo, 34, said that he, Mary, 32, Kimberlee, 29, can’t imagine life any other way.

“Polyamory means you are open and honest with who we are,” he said. “We have more than one person, and to embrace that, even if it is outside the social norm.”

Kimberlee Slagle, and their children Keagan, 11), and Kymper, 7, will move it to the Barillas’ Kennewick home in June of 2017, which will be shared with the couple’s children Ben, 9, and Paige, 4.
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“To be honest with you, it’s not very different from a traditional two-person relationship. We have a very special relationship with each and every one of our partners that we love and cherish, and together, we are in a throuple,” he stated.

The father is recognized, however, in their polyamorous relationship, that requires an extra dose of confidence, as well as every relationship has its highs and lows.

Envy is a real thing, in a relationship, not just polyamory,” Leo said. “We have found that the best way to deal with jealousy is to communicate with them.”

In a broader sense, Leo said, ” the throuple’s family and friends were accepting of their unusual lifestyle, and to bond.

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“To the family members that know of our relationship, to really accept it,” he said. “It’s not just the family but all our friends are very accepting. We are very fortunate to have friends and family who love us for who we are, and they don’t have to pay is related to how we choose to live our lives, as long as we live in a house.”

“To be honest with you, it’s not very different from a traditional two-person relationship. We have a very special relationship with each and every one of our partners that we love and cherish, and together, we are in a throuple,” Leo said.
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Ask to the emergence of the family, but the Leo’s said that the trio will take to examine it in stride.

“We have had a number of people have been shocked, and they have a lot of questions. Curiosity is normal, and totally expected,” he read.

In the end, Leo told me that he and his partners have been very grateful to be able to live their best lives, and be together as one.

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“Live the kind of life you want to live, and to live it with the people you love,” he said. “You only get one life; you should live your best life.”

The throuple, often documents of their lives, times, and an unconventional relationship on Instagram.

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