All About My Dad (Free Father’s Day Printable)

Looking for a last minute Father’s Day gift? Why not interview your child about their dad? (Or, if they are old enough, have them fill it out all by themselves.) These are *so* much fun. My second grader did something similar at school for Mother’s Day, and I couldn’t stop laughing. His answers were hysterical. (For example, I “like” pizza, and I “only eat” ice cream. No wonder I’m so heavy! 😉

I saw a pin on pinterest to something similar, but it was a dead link. No free printable to be found. (And the date on the image was from 2011, so I would have had to fix it anyway.)

So, I decided to make up my own printable and share it with my lovely readers. And I didn’t put a year on it, just a space to put your child’s age, so you can do this year after year and see how much their answers change.

To get your free printable, just click on the image below and you’ll be taken to the pdf file. Just print out however many copies you need and start asking your kids to fill them out. (Or help the younger ones.) And don’t worry – the copyright mark won’t be anywhere on the printable. I want these to be a genuine keepsake their Dad holds on to forever.

Father's Day Free Printable

I am planning on having each of my kids (that are old enough) fill one out. Then, each year we will do it again. Every copy will be stored in a very special book that hubby can go back to and look at any time he needs a pick me up.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.

Idea taken from this pin, but I couldn’t find a printable on the site.

My Interview with Kerri Walsh {Thanks to @Pampers!}

One thing I love about my blog is that I get the opportunity to meet some fantastic people. Monday morning was definitely a highlight in my life, when I got the chance to sit down and interview Kerri Walsh – wife, mother of two, and 2-time Olympic Gold Medalist in beach volleyball.

Ok, ok. So we weren’t exactly sitting in the same room, but I did get to speak with her through the amazing power of technology – and my phone.

Kerri is amazing. She is so down to earth and just as sweet as the Tea the Southerners like to drink. I am still in awe at the fact that little old me got to talk one-on-one with her. {And I simply must mention just how jealous my daughter is. Kerri is someone that Ashley really looks up to, and after I had the opportunity to speak with Kerri, I think she’s an excellent role model for our daughters.}

I hope you’ll take a few moments and watch the video interview. {You won’t see me – just Kerri – but you’ll hear me ask all my questions and talk directly with her.}

She was so easy to talk to – I really could have talked all day! 🙂

What did you think of the interview? What questions would you have asked Kerri?

I am so thankful to Pampers for allowing me the chance to speak one-on-one with Kerri and ask her my questions. I had such a wonderful time, and I am just so honored to have been part of this.

Disclaimer: I have not been compensated for this post in any way. Pampers allowed me the opportunity to speak with Kerri Walsh. All photos in this post, as well as the video, are the copyright property of Pampers.