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Lesbian Moms On Date Night In Vegas

by The Next Family June 11, 2015

By Brandy Black

Susan and I make date nights mandatory.  We even indulged on our family trip to Vegas.  Here’s a snippet of our time out.

Warning this video contains explicit language. Not for the kids.

Here are some more tips for things to do in Vegas:
Take the kids to the Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. The Wynn Buffet is insanely good and has a great dessert bar for the kids if you are into that. Get a sitter, take the nanny and go out! Our new favorite hotel for dinner, drinks and gambling– Cromwell. Be fun! Enjoy your life. It makes you a better parent!

Here is part one in case you missed it:

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