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LOVE CITY, USA - They are among the happiest milestones in our lives, so WCPO shares the joy of engagements, weddings and commitment ceremonies around the Tri-State.
Kinsey Fox, daughter of Kevin and Keeli Fox of Hillsboro, Ohio, was married to David Yates II, son of David and Kathy Yates of Xenia, Ohio, on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Mrs. Yates, 34 is a registered nurse. Mr. Yates, 34, works in HVAC.
The couple met eight years ago through a mutual friend. It was, they say, love at first sight. Although quite smitten with one another from the start, the pair allowed the relationship to build on a foundation of friendship and strong communication.
In fact, the two say they would describe themselves as total best friends.
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LOVE CITY, USA - Kinsey Fox, daughter of Kevin and Keeli Fox of Hillsboro, Ohio, was married to David Yates II, son of David and Kathy Yates of Xenia, Ohio, on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Mrs. Yates, 34, is a registered nurse. Mr. Yates, 34, works in HVAC.
Just Married: David and Kinsey Yates Date of Wedding: June 7, 2014 Location of Wedding & Reception: Krippendorf Lodge at Cincinnati Nature Center
Photo by Michael Bambino
The couple met eight years ago through a mutual friend. It was--to use the cliche--love at first sight. Although quite taken with one another, the pair allowed the relationship to build on a foundation of friendship and strong communication.
In fact, the two say they would describe themselves as "total best friends." The bride says it is her groom’s adoring behavior that she loves the most, adding, “I love how he likes to please me. He is extremely thoughtful.”
The groom also loves his bride’s commitment to him, saying that she always accepts him for who he is, and is always so loving with him and their family.
Any little complaints?
Well, the groom does admit the his wife’s need to throw her hangers in the laundry basket is quite annoying, while she is not fond of his need to eat in bed.
Nuisances aside, they describe themselves as twin souls.
“We are always thinking and wanting the same things,” said the bride. “We sometimes jokingly tilt our heads to the side and do a quick stare at each other (like in the movie “Bridesmaids,” reading each other’s minds). It’s our funny way of saying, ‘I was thinking the exact same thing.’” The pair say that they look to their parents for guidance and inspiration on being successfully married.
The couple says while they’ve taken many vacations together, including a trip to St. Thomas for their honeymoon, their biggest adventure right now is repairing damage to their home from a flood two weeks before their wedding. The bride says that they will get through this like they get through everything, with humor.
Through years of getting to know one another and building a loving relationship, the couple say that there is one major thread that always holds them together. As the bride describes it, “We get each other and we give each other slack. We love each other for who the other is – hangers in the basket and all!”
The pair currently live in the Dayton, Ohio, area and plan to remain there.
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