Below is an excerpt from the story written by Rebecca Swanner. Enjoy.
It's 2010, but when some in this country describe the American family they sound as if they're living in the 1950s. It's all short-sleeve button-down shirts and aprons, ambrosia salad and lime rickeys, a membership to the local country club, and a two-car garage. These people would recoil behind their picket fences if they saw the tattooed Lozas pushing their stroller down the street. Because, sure, Kyle and Casey have a dirt bike or two in the garage, but they're also two successful business-minded, devoted, churchgoing parents who are committed to the values of love and compassion. Meet the modern family.
Maybe you've seen them before, either when Kyle was besting his competitors three years in a row at the X Games or when Casey was on The Hills alongside her sister Audrina for a handful of episodes. Yes, those Hills, where drama resides, where Heidi Montag, Lauren Conrad, and Spencer Pratt's charmed but complicated lives of bickering and partying enthralled.
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