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And, she adds, it was worth all the lost sleep and military-precision maneuvers: "When Jason saw me, his eyes got as big as basketballs, and then he gave me a big old bear hug," the 38-year-old recalls. On a sunny Saturday afternoon, the raven-haired former model has just completed a 90-hour (yes, seriously: 90) workweek."He gives me the freedom to do my job, which is pretty fantastic."A self-described control freak, Harmon stays involved in the minutiae of her children's lives when she's away, constantly checking in with "the Horn," as she's nicknamed her husband (the girls are "the Hornettes," and she's "the She-Horn")."I'm calling him all the time to ask, 'What did you do next?'" she admits — so she can visualize each part of the family's day. "I told him, 'When she's 15 and doesn't want anything to do with you, you're going to remember those nights when you rocked her to sleep, and you're going to thank me.'" Over dinner, Dad and the girls carry on the ritual that Harmon initiated of playing Roses and Thorns, wherein each family member relays the highlights (roses) and disappointments (thorns) of the day.One day, my kids are going to say, 'Remember when we sat in the yard [in North Carolina] and fed the geese?
' I'm so proud that I can give them these memories.
It has been 10 full days since she's seen her clan — Sehorn and daughters Finley, 7, Avery, 6, and Emery, 2 — and she is fighting off a major mommy meltdown. I've lost 10 pounds since I got here," she says in her signature smoky voice, made famous on Law & Order back in the late nineties.
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