There are few pictures of Chad on the blog. He doesn’t like my blog, doesn’t like being mentioned so this post will probably get me in trouble but you’re always seeing pictures of Addie and Nicole is ok with me posting pictures of her. Addie realized Chad didn’t want his picture taken so she decided she didn’t want her picture taken and this is the picture I got of her.
Such a sweet girl! 🙂
I’m so proud of Chad. Watching him interact with Addie and Nicole makes my heart smile. Addie loves her mommy but she’s definitely a daddy’s girl. If she’s in trouble or hurt or sad, she wants him first. I’m proud of the man he’s grown up to be. He works hard, he loves hunting and fishing, as do Nicole and Addie, so at least the fishing part is something they can all do together. From what I see, he’s a great family man and in my book, not a whole lot else matters if you don’t treat your family right.
He’s making some awful face . . thinking if he had a weird enough look, I might not post his picture. Bad Chad! 🙂
Back when I first started blogging, Chad was in high school in Kentucky and he worked part-time at Kroger. Then when we moved to MO, he was in college but came home on weekends and worked in our little town. I was in quilt guilds in both places and many of the guild members read my blog. Chad wasn’t so adamant about not having his picture posted so it wasn’t unusual for ladies to see him somewhere and say “I know you! I read your mom’s blog.” Oh, I would hear about that . . he didn’t like it at all.
So, this post may get in me in trouble but I love my boy, who’s no longer a boy but will always be my boy . . even though he’ll be 30 very soon, and I wanted to share a little about him since my readers know all about the rest of our family, including pets.