I changed my font at thecutestblogontheblock.com

About Me

My Photo
I am 27 years old and am blessed to have my husband Brady, as my partner and best friend. We have two children, Parker and Piper, our little yorkie. We are constantly amazed by the joy they bring into our lives and can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!
View my complete profile

Thursday, March 22, 2012


What is it about fathers and their daughters?  I am a kind of a Daddy's girl.  My mom is like my best friend, but my Dad is the one I go to when I need help...he was the first person I called every time I was in a car accident (yes, I know I make this sound like there have been a lot of these...there have been).  After I ran into the Dairy Queen sign...with my best friend's mom's van...at 15...he was silent (that incident probably deserves its own post).  I have never felt disappointment more heavily then at that moment.  I knew I never wanted to disappoint him or my mom again.  

Even though I am now grown and have my own family, he is still there to help whenever I need him.  He even drove to the Wichita YMCA once with spare keys at 5:30 AM when I couldn't get in touch with Brady (he is a hard sleeper).   He is also the person I call when I have a leaky faucet or want to demolish a room so we can start from scratch.  To me, he can fix anything.  

I know that he will always be there for me and my family and will drop anything to help (well, maybe not a really good golf game, ha:).   He has also taught me the importance of being there for your friends when they need help.  My dad is one of the most loyal people I know and will do anything for a friend.  

Not having my parents nearby has been one of the hardest experiences I have ever gone through.  They are the most amazing people and I am so, so lucky to be their daughter.  I only hope Parker turns out as awesome as Landon and I did...ha, j/k!!

We love you Dad!!  Happy birthday!!


brandonandlindslitzner said...

aw! happy birthday daddy bevan!! such a sweet post, sam!

and...you HAVE to post about the dairy queen sign. i was seriously just laughing about that incident to myself the other day. i can only imagine what you and melissa were thinking when it happened. ha

tessa j. morrow-konen said...

they miss you just as much as you miss them!

Family! said...

Tell your dad Happy Birthday for us!

Okay, I'm seriously dying laughing right now! What an awful experience at the time and hilarious memory now :)

Post a Comment