Couples Spotlight: Carlton & Joyce Waterman

BY: - 20 Feb '13 | Couple's Spotlight

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This week’s spotlight is on Carlton and Joyce Waterman. They met as neighbors in New York around 1975 (as with most couples who have been together for so many years, they cannot remember the exact year) before getting married. They blended families to become one huge unit of  seven children (all girls) and thirteen grandchildren (ranging in ages from eighteen months to twenty-one years). They will celebrate their thirty-third wedding anniversary in July this year and now reside in Georgia. Mr. Waterman may be a man of few words, but it was not hard to pick up that they’ve got a great thing going on!

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Christine St. Vil wrote 111 articles on this blog.

Christine St.Vil is co-author of the Whose Shoes Are Your Wearing: 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want to Be. A happy wife to an amazing hubby of 8 years, and homeschooling mother of three, she teaches moms how to FLY (First Love Yourself). She uses her corporate background to work with women who are ready to start a new business, accelerate their career growth & design a life they love. She's on a mission to help moms to battle the mom guilt epidemic, so they can begin to put themselves first on their never-ending list of priorities.

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4 WordPress comments on “Couples Spotlight: Carlton & Joyce Waterman

  1. T. Espi

    Hey! I know those people :-) They’re the best parents a buncha girls could have… You can take that to the bank! #pow

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  2. Rani

    Great interview. I laughed out loud about them getting married without telling the kids. And I love how they’ve focused on the friendship aspect of their marriage in order to maintain it. Great advice for this newlywed.

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