Jim (long-time hubby) and Lisa (me)
Andrea (youngest daughter) and Brianna (oldest daughter)
Preston (son-in-law) and Megan (middle daughter)
Bubby and Mac — Bloggy nicknames of Gramma's favorite boys (children of Megan and Preston)
Grandma's Briefs Memory Match
Exclusively for Grandma's Briefs from Cranium Crunches
In honor of Father's Day, here are memorable moments from memorable dads:
One of the more memorable things about my dad is ____________.
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What a fun clip...thanks for sharing.
My Dad's sense of humor and his gentle nature are the most memorable to me. This will be my 4th Fathers Day without him. I still miss my Dad, but I am blessed with wonderful memories.
Wishing all the Dad and Grandfathers a Happy Fathers Day!
No one is perfect and so my dad did not always live up to his own expectations, but I do know that he wanted to be a dad more than anything else in the world and that made him special to us.
I remember most often the time Mother was in the hospital and Daddy (my step-dad, I never saw my real father after I was two) cut out paper dolls for Jane and me, using a box cutter, holding it in a weird way, upside down, as he was left-handed. The dolls and clothes came out perfectly.
You are going to make me cry! The most memorable thing about Daddy was his ears! His CB handle was "wing nut" and that should give you a great visual! My Dad had all kinds of wonderful qualities and I miss him VERY much but anyone would say his most memorable feature was those ears!
Thanks for sharing....the clip made me laugh and cry.
My dad is retired Army and he was away alot and worked hard everyday, but he always made time for us 6 kids on the weekend. He would take us fishing, to a sporting event or just for a ride in the family truckster (station wagon)! He loved to drive so in the summer he and mom would take us on long drives to vacation spots....he always made sure we had some sort of summer vacation. He will be 80 yrs old this November!
His sense of humor and his big, big heart.