Also, instead of just running your car through the carwash every couple weeks, think about what you're doing inside. Wipe the backseats and the whole car down—it doesn't even take a minute. Moms carpool and they have all these germs coming in, and then a kid has a cold, and you don't want your kid to get sick. Wiping it down goes a long way.
Speaking of staying healthy, do you two enjoy working out together?
BR: We do, we work out together every day. Sometimes we go on long runs, and we're going to hopefully train for a marathon. We got the baby in a jogger stroller now, and he absolutely loves it. We take him hiking—I strap on one of those baby carriers, which I never thought I'd do. This little guy is an adventurer; he loves being outdoors.
You struggled with infertility for a long time. How has that affected you?
BR: We're really advocates for people having trouble becoming parents, because we struggled with it for a long time. We try to do as much as we can to let people know they're not alone. Infertility affects 1 in 4 couples. Those people shouldn't feel ashamed or feel a stigma attached to it, because it's not their fault.