{The Guys Behind the Blog // June edition}

Time for Guys Behind the Blog! It's hard to believe we have been linking up for over a year now! It's one of my favorite posts each month! But, I have a confession - I didn't read the instructions and interviewed Nathan instead of my Dad. I was just so used to asking him all of the questions, I suppose. Ooops!

June Questions:
June is all about celebrating dads and grads. That’s how the saying goes, right? Next month we are going to shift our attention to some other guys behind our blogs — our dads! To celebrate Father’s Day we have a series of questions to interview your dad or a father figure in your life with.

1.) What did you have as a child that kids today don't have?

Nintendo, Vanilla Ice, the mom-arm seatbelt while standing in the front seat.

2.) What did you want to be as a child when you grew up?

A professional baseball player or a game warden.

3.) What three adjectives would you use to describe fatherhood?

Fast, hard and fun.

4.) How many years have you been a father and how many children do you have?

6 years and only one son.

5.) What is one piece of advice or wisdom you would like to pass on to your children?

To work hard and get an education, but mainly work hard. There are a lot of smart but lazy people out there with nothing to show for it.

For our other Guys Behind The Blog Posts:

April // May // June // July // August // September // October // November // December // January //February  // March // April // May

If you're a fan of the Guys Behind the Blog and have a kiddo come check out our Kids Behind the Blog linkup!


  1. I love his answers for three words to describe fatherhood, so true!

  2. Love his answers. Hard workers are so hard to find now days, it makes Russ SO mad. I remember the day Nintendos came out so clearly. It was like the best day ever back then. Happy almost Friday!

  3. Hahaha gotta love the mom-arm seatbelt!

  4. Hahaha the arm seatbelt routine. Totally!

  5. Aww, I love his answers. The words he uses to describe fatherhood is right on. And Nintendos...yes!!!

  6. Work hard is a great one. I was just telling Aria that when she got married she needed to find somebody that would work hard like daddy! We were reading that book paperbag princess if you know it, where the prince is a bum and the princess eventually realizes that and doesn't marry him after all. So lots of see Aria don't marry a bum after we read that one.

  7. That's funny that it was supposed to be your dad - I guess it would be interesting to ask him the same questions!

  8. The mom arm seat belt... Haha! And I love his advice about plenty of smart but lazy people! I really enjoyed all of his answers!


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