Father and Son

You’ll forgive us a bit of vanity, but the day invited us to post this shot Matt Kowalczyk shot of my son and I yesterday at the Fremont Solstice Parade. As fine a father and son portrait as I could wish for.

And big thanks to my Dad and to all the dads out there. Your children love you, and with good reason.

  1. Adam said,

    That’s adorable :) Happy fathers day, and be sure to express my thanks for the green lollypop to your son! You guys were great at the parade.

    Sun, June 17 at 6:32 pm
  2. Nancy M said,

    Which one is the kid?

    Sun, June 17 at 7:02 pm
  3. Fruitbat said,

    We were delighted at the parade to see the very small guy on stilts (had no idea who he was). Most impressive–he must be very focused practicing. A “Well done!” to the whole family.

    Sun, June 17 at 7:10 pm
  4. Kris said,

    Happy Father’s Day Jordan! Thank you so much for Wallyhood!

    Sun, June 17 at 7:12 pm
  5. jsis parent said,

    Your son was a real crowd pleaser. He entertained all of our crowd of friends (many of whom were kids) with his stilting prowess.

    Mon, June 18 at 6:03 am
  6. Jake said,

    I love that colorful picture. What a great dad.

    Tue, June 19 at 9:23 am
  7. Janey said,

    Wow! hat was “baby” Z? Everyone around me was in awe of his stilt-walking ability. Had I only known who he was, I would have cheered even louder. I see many years of solstice parades in his future.

    Tue, June 19 at 12:12 pm
  8. Rob C said,

    Nice shot – but it’s not a “shot of I”, is it? It’s “a shot of me” – hence “me and my son”, or “my son and me”.
    /rob, the picky-oon

    Tue, June 19 at 3:39 pm
  9. iollooc said,


    Tue, June 19 at 6:38 pm
  10. Lauren G said,

    It was great seeing you and baby z in the parade! We were in awe of the littlest stilter we’d ever seen!! He looked very comfortable!

    Wed, June 20 at 8:13 pm
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