…and with Fathers day on Sunday how many embarrassing situations has your son or daughter put you in. I remember once when I was living in Hartford Connecticut my mother, sister and her kids had come to visit. When it was time to leave my son who was around 2 or 3 at the time and I drove them to the airport to see them off. After they boarded the plane and were on their way back to Pittsburgh we walked to the car which was next to a curb near where folks were being dropped off at the airport. As I was putting my son into the car seat he starting screaming for his daddy. I’m like, “what are you screaming about I am your daddy shut up”! But he just kept on yelling that he wanted his daddy and I’m thinking someone is going to hear this and call the cops or someone from the airport is going to rush over and save my son from me his dad. Luckily I was able to get him in the car seat strap him in and off we went back home and by then I guess he decided I was his daddy and stopped his screaming but talk about what could have been an embarrassing situation. “Yes officer he is my son and I don’t know why he wants his daddy”. Thanks Sean.