My family life is pretty complicated: I actually prefer it that way.
I have a regulation Brady bunch: three kids of my own (David, Emma and Joel) with Susan Blackman and three kids (Ben, Alex and Rayna) that I mostly live with, along with their extra special mom, Susan Goodis.
Although we are separated, Susan B and I co-parent our kids in the house on Stanton Ave. This mostly means that I spend a couple of evenings a week being a dad while Susan B does other things: evening meetings for non-profit organizations or sometimes goes out on a date. Also I still get stuck with the really icky jobs like unplugging drains and such. Years ago Susan made a "home page" for us.
Susan Goodis sells drugs for a living, as a Pharmacist at CVS. She works mixed 12 and 6 hour shifts on mostly alternating days, so she also maintains a creative co-parenting arrangement with her ex, Howard Faigen.
On the weekends that Susan G. isn't working we normally try to do something with all 6 kids. Given that they span from 10 to 17 years old, this can be quite an adventure.
Ben is into vampires and poetry.
Emma has become quite an activist.
David made some pages years ago for a class project.