The Paralympian power couple open up about Sochi and parenting their 6-year-old son.
For Olympic power couple Rob and Danielle Umstead, rigorous physical training is just the tip of the iceberg in gearing up for this year's winter games in Sochi. Danielle, who is legally blind, can only compete to the sound of her husband's voice, meaning they'll have to push the boundaries of marriage, and work as a team like never before.
Rob and Danielle, to their credit, don't seem fazed. They say their marriage has never been stronger and, in fact, working together has only fortified their bond. More than anything, they say they're just trying to focus on being the best parents they can be to 6-year-old son Brocton.
Read the full interview over at CelebrityBabyScoop: Paralympians Rob & Danelle Umstead: "People With Disabilities Can Do Amazing Things"
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