Love is complicated. When you add kids to the equation, it becomes even more confounding. Dora and Davide have little in common – they enjoy different food, different books, different everything – but this doesn’t keep them from falling for each other. Seven years and two children later, Dora and Davide split up. For Dora, it’s far from easy. With the support of her eccentric family, a drunk but well-meaning babysitter, and her loving children, Dora learns to treasure the circumstances she’s been given and understands that, even if love is full of unpredictable and not always pleasant twists and turns, there isn’t any reason not to live it enthusiastically.