Thursday, June 23, 2016

Father's Day 2016

We spent Father's Day at home this year. Corbin and Braden were not able to be there this year and I know Ryan missed them terribly. The older boys made sure they called their dad. We spent the day playing in the pool and I made Ryan a big dinner and homemade cake.

I am so glad God picked Ryan just for me but also Corbin, Braden, Trenton, and Logan. 

Ryan is our "SuperDad"

This is my favorite picture of my Dad. He is holding Logan. My Dad loves playing and joking with the kids. He is a huge prankster. He loves with his whole heart and always puts his family first. He was the first guy I ever loved. He treats my mom with love and respect and set the bar HIGH in what I was looking for in a spouse. Ryan has won my dad's approval. My boys are lucky to have Dwight Butler for a Papa.
This is Ryan's Dad. He passed before our kiddos were born. It breaks my heart that he didn't get to enjoy Ryan's boys. He would have loved our wild crew. Ryan was his only son and he would have loved knowing Ryan carried on the Foster name times 4! Ryan and his dad were very close. Ryan is an amazing father and it's because he learned from the best. We tell our boys about their Pop Pop every chance we get.
This is my father in law Dennis. He is an amazing Grandpa to our wild crew. He never treats any of us as "Cheri's kids". We are a wild and crazy crew and he loves us anyways! I love that he plays "Walking Dead" with Logan and is so patient with him. Our boys are lucky to have him as a Grandpa.
I am so proud of the father my nephew Chris has become. He reminds me so much of his Uncle Ryan. I just melt when I see him with Lilly.

I am thankful for my brother Jamey and the father he is to his boys. He is a great uncle and is always there for his boys and my boys.

Our boys are blessed with great role models to look up to. They have their Dad, grandfathers, and their uncles to look to for guidance and love. God blessed me with good, Godly men to help me raise my boys.




 


 


 


 


 


 

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