5 Responses to “A Father’s Day message from Brianna”

  1. Imogen Howson June 15, 2008 at 9:04 AM #

    I actually do. Yay for good husbands/dads. 🙂

    And I love Brianna’s answers! Tell her her singing is beautiful and her daddy should be very proud.


  2. Annmarie June 15, 2008 at 9:11 AM #

    I totally went awwww.

    LOVED the fill in the blank. I especially love the ’round’ eyes. So is Josh startled much?

    Happy Father’s Day Josh! I love reading about what a terrific husband and father you are. And seriously, Angie doesn’t have to actually say, ‘Josh is a terrific husband and father.’ I can tell when she posts about the wonderful things you do and say.

    So, enjoy your day with your wife and daughter. Treat yourself to some pre-made strawberry yogurt (don’t go and slave away in the kitchen making it yourself) and enjoy some tunes from that guy on the radio.

    You rock!

    Annmaries last blog post..My husband is trying to seduce me!

  3. Michelle (MG) June 15, 2008 at 3:59 PM #

    I have three “aww’s” of my own, but still went aww. And I am very blessed with a fantastic husband and father to our children, but so thankful that you are as well. Cause it sure makes it all easier, more fun and basically worth it.

    Michelle (MG)s last blog post..CP Blog Tour – Confession is Good for the Soul by Loribelle Hunt

  4. Jaci Burton June 16, 2008 at 10:30 AM #

    She’s just too adorable for words! She’s growing up! Happy Father’s Day Josh! :love:

    Jaci Burtons last blog post..Cool Stuff

  5. Mary M. June 17, 2008 at 12:58 AM #

    I iddn’t last 10 seconds before going all AWWWWW. This is such a nice and original idea. At that age all we did for our dads in kindergarden were plaster molds with a drawing on it :). I hoep your husband had a great Father’s Day!

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