Vital Care PT June 2018

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Vital Care Patients ENTER TO WIN Find the misspelled word in this newsletter and call (623) 544-0300 for your chance to win a $10 gift card! CALL (623) 544-0300 Contest is for past and present Vital Care PT patients only. Father’s Day often falls on the Sunday that we are in San Diego with all of my relatives. The kids and I make sure that we take some time alone to celebrate David on his special day. We My dad grew up in a family of 12 kids. One year, all the siblings decided to plan a San Diego beach vacation so they could catch up and give their kids a chance to meet and get to know one another. The first year was so much fun that we decided to make it a tradition. Now over 100 people attend the annual gathering. David, Skyla, Dylan, and I will be attending the family reunion again this year, and we cannot wait! It’s so much fun to catch up with family, and the kids love being able to hang out with all of their cousins and second cousins. Recently, we all got new beach cruisers, and we have been going on family bike rides to prepare for the Mission Beach Boardwalk.

“I am so thankful to be married to a man who has always supported my dream of being a mom with a career and who understands that raising a family requires a team dynamic.” raised by a single mom and has three sisters, so he learned how to be a responsible and contributing member of the family at a very young age. Truthfully, he is more efficient than most men in a fatherly role. When I had Skyla and Dylan, I was only able to take eight weeks of maternity leave for each of the kids before I had to go back to work. When I returned to work, David stayed home with our children. He was incredible at the multitasking job of taking care of babies, and he was also doing real estate as much as he could from home. He stepped up to the plate during that time, and I am forever grateful to him for it. As the kids grew older, David and I worked out a work-home schedule. I woke up early and started work every day at 6 a.m., so he was the one who got the kids up and ready for day care. Having three sisters, he figured out how to do our daughter’s hair, and he helped her pick out her clothes. Dads aren’t normally the I am truly a lucky girl to call David my husband and the father of my children. David was usually break off from the big group to go to lunch and explore other fun excursions in San Diego as a family.

ones who have to get the kids up and ready, but he was willing to do it so that I could leave work early enough to pick the kids up from day care. He had the morning shift, and I had the evening shift. I am so thankful to be married to a man who has always supported my dream of being a mom with a career and who understands that raising a family requires a team dynamic. Not many women can brag that their husband washes the dishes every night, does the laundry, and makes it a point to spend quality time with his kids and wife. David is an outgoing, friendly, and personable man. He is open-minded and willing to help anyone who needs him. Thank you, David, for everything that you do for me and our family. I love you so much. Happy Father’s Day.

I hope all of you have a great Father’s Day, too. We look forward to seeing you soon.

–Andrea McWhorter

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