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'They were interested in cultures that are under-developed,' said Caitlan's mother, Lyn Coleman, in 2014.The trip to Afghanistan was not on the couple's original itinerary, according to Sarah Flood, who was close friends with Coleman.Also the fact that the story, when it broke, was about an American woman, her husband & children; since their return to Canada, it's almost exclusively the husband guiding the story, directing the story, feeding lines to the journalists (he emailed, he sent photos, he reached out....) all while the extended family asks that the media give them their privacy.So, I find his reaction or his actions now to be odd/suspicious, in that they seem opposite of what I imagine I would probably do. As for the kids, the only part about that which seemed odd to me was a pleasant surprise that their captors were at least keeping them together.However, if they were there working on humanitarian efforts, it may make more sense. They intentionally had multiple children while in captivity, even after their captors killed their first baby, because they wanted to get a jump start on their big family and the wife's "biological clock was ticking"?I only read the backpacking part , not any other reason they were there. And according to one article, Boyle "was once married to Zaynab Khadr, the older sister of former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr and the daughter of a senior al-Qaida financier.

It is possible that not all the children are her husband's?

Her father, the late Ahmed Said Khadr, and the family stayed with Osama bin Laden briefly when Omar Khadr was a boy." I didn't realize it was the first baby who was killed.

Given that, I do question their decision to have more.

It is possible that not all the children are her husband's? The best I've really been able to figure out is that they were really naive and idealistic.

As far as having kids - I kind of wonder if their reasoning as stated is a bit for public consumption.