Happy Father's Day Q & A.

We have shared many a blog post on our amazing Dad, from trips we have taken together, things he has taught us over the years and of course, his passing down his love of the classics on to us. Today, in honor of Father's Day, we thought we'd let you hear from the man himself, with a little Q & A!

1) How did you feel when you found out you were expecting twins?

Dad: Very excited, very special- privileged.

2) How did our personalities differ when we were kids?

Dad: One was very shy, one was a little louder...I'll let you figure out which was which.

3) Do you have a favourite wrestling show/memory of travelling with us/taking us everywhere?

Dad: The first two American trips were obviously very exciting, 'School of Hardknocks' and especially the first night at OVW when Danny (Davis) asked to see me afterwards. But by far the proudest moments were your first introduction to TNA fans at home in the Manchester Arena, followed by your debut at Wembley.

4) What has been your favourite Daddy/Daughter trip?

Dad: Without doubt our Route 66 Road-trip. Not only enjoying the many interesting sights and experiences but spending so much quality time together was awesome.

5) If we were to plan another Daddy/Daughter trip, where would you like to go?

Dad: Maybe the Lincoln Highway coast to coast across the US. Hopefully, although not as famous as Route 66, it has the makings of another fantastic American Road-trip.

Have you got any plans/traditions for Father's Day?

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!



  1. How cool is your dad! I love that he is interested in doing a road trip on the Lincoln Highway. It goes straight through my town (Reno, NV)! The stretch in my town is most commonly called "Old 395," but my dad loves history and he would always tell us that its' the Lincoln Highway. We used to drive on the Lincoln Highway to Carson City, but they just put in a huge new freeway because our population has grown so much recently. Let me know if you ever take this road trip! :)

    1. Aww thank you Kelly! He is very cool. We get our love for the 50's era and classic American cars from him! That's awesome, we will definitely let you know. It took us a while to get Route 66 planned, but the Lincoln Highway is definitely something that would be fun to do sooner rather than later! :) xx