It's not a strange question at all. First, I'll tell you that I am married (to an RN), and we have a two year old daughter, as well as a 20 year old daughter and 21 year old son from my first marriage. And, yes, sometimes I miss some things because of my work schedule. But, generally, I know at least a month in advance what my schedule is going to be, so we can plan around it. I also have a great doc as my boss. When I tell him I have something coming up with the family, he'll usually work the schedule so I can get out on time for whatever it is. Still, since my wife works a 7a-7p job, there can be some shuffling that needs to happen to make sure the baby is cared for.
Although I have a call position, our group does not do "in hospital" call. So, even when I'm first call, when the cases are done, I go home. Of course, I could get called back for an emergency case, but that goes with the territory.
In all, I like to think I'm pretty family oriented, and being a CRNA has made for a much more satisfying family life. I make more money now than I ever could have hoped to make as a staff nurse, and have money to do things with my family that were only a pipe dream, before. I get five weeks paid vacation a year, which is more than enough time to do the things we want to do. Also, I'm much happier with what I do at work, making me a much happier person all the way around.