Two, four, six, eight. Who do we appreciate?!
Grandma's who buy us cute clothes, of course!
Tatum is blessed to have 3 Grandmas who buy her extremely cute and fun clothes. (They buy stuff for the boys too, incase you were wondering, but lets face it... girls clothes are way better to play dress up with!). Grandma, trying to recruit her grandchildren to receive their education from her at ACU, bought Tatum an ACU cheerleader outfit. For her 7 month pictures, we played dress up and had a photoshoot!
A future tomboy?
We celebrated Father's Day this year in Fort Worth. My grandad passed away so we went up there for his funeral. It was nice to be able to hear about the hundreds of lives that he touched because of his life of service to show the love of Jesus to almost every single person he met. I was asked to say a few words on behalf of the grandchildren. I was really nervous, but it was also nice to sit and reflect on the things I'll remember about Grandad and his impact on my life. I'll miss him so much, but am thankful that such a man was the patriarch of the Dillman family.
Ty lucked out of a speeding ticket on Father's Day: One, because he's a father. Two, because Tatum was crying in the backseat when the officer walked up to the car. Three, because we were on our way to a funeral. The poor officer couldn't do anything but let Ty off the hook.
Ty is a fantastic dad. At this age, the boys especially like wrestling with him, playing duck-duck-goose after dinner, and giving mandatory hugs and kisses before Daddy goes to work.
Happy Father's Day! We love you so much!