Kelly says she had a lightbulb moment reading Ayelet's article.
"I just realized I've given all of my energy and passion and love into my little girl," says Kelly. "I don't think that's wrong, but the article made me see that I need to give some of that to my husband, too. I just felt that I needed to find a little bit better balance because he'd been put on the back burner. … I feel if you don't have that connection with your husband—if you let that go during these years that you're raising your kids—they're going to be gone and grow up and you're going to be left, the two of you. And you don't want to all of a sudden discover you don't have anything in common anymore."