When did you know that you wanted to marry each other?
AH: Fairly soon, about two months after we met, when we started planning a trip to Bora Bora. It's just like your parents tell you: You just know.
JS: A month or so in, we were sitting in her apartment talking about taking a vacation to Bora Bora. Then we started talking about how many kids we would want and where we would get married. We weren't even engaged yet! It's one of those things in life: You find somebody, you fall in love, and you know right away that you're getting married. Why wait?
It melts my heart when he/she ...
AH: Holds my hand, or strokes my hair, or puts his arm around me. Just touch.
JS: Looks at me with that adoring "you're my husband" look. I never take it for granted that this person loves me and is by my side.
It makes me nuts when he/she...
AH: Leaves the milk out. (Laughs.) And when he doesn't pick up his cell phone. That sends me into orbit.
JS: Can't find anything to wear—she's got a wardrobe the size of a football stadium! But that probably bothers every male in America. The one thing that really makes me nuts is her perfectionist side. I'm just like, "Babe, take it easy on yourself."
What's your favorite room in the house?
AH: Our family room. It has cozy chenille couches and big overstuffed yummy pillows. It's not pretentious. Our guests have fallen asleep on our couches—that's the ultimate compliment.
JS: The theater. It's a man's room: brown suede paint, chocolate-colored carpet, brown theatre chairs, couches, four TVs, and all the drinks I could possibly need.
What do you do when he/she is away?
AH: I have a nervous breakdown because I'm taking care of both kids by myself! Last time, Finley had a cold and Avery was teething. I called him and said, "This is what I'm dealing with today; what are you dealing with?" JS: I sit on the couch in my boxers and watch TV. But I don't have a life without Angie that's different from my life with her.