May 06, 2020
Star dad Michael Strahan made for his archives in a new social media post as he gushed over his twin daughters in a throwback snapshot.
With enough time on his hands, former sports star Michael Strahan gave fans a sneak peek at his archives where he showed off his twin girls on their first birthday.
In the photo, Strahan looked radiant while brandishing a big smile for the camera. The doting dad did not forget to declare his affection for his brood on the post.
HOW TIME FLIES
In his Instagram post, the GMA star agreed that time does fly as he reckoned that other parents were also checking out old photos of their kids.
In the snapshot, Strahan dearly held on to the girls while balloons were hung around. The super bowl champion and his girls also held a large green balloon. He sweetly informed fans:
"...I stumbled upon this photo from my twins' first birthday, and this put a smile on my face!!..."
In his caption, the loving father-of-four went on to sweetly reminisce on fatherhood, while letting fans know that the celeb twins will soon be celebrating their sweet sixteenth birthday!
A lot of fans were all over the celebrity family, while some parents couldn't help trying with Strahan's sentiments. A fan admired, "they are so adorable." Another fan agreed with the star anchor, "I love going through old photos."
It is no doubt that the Daytime show host is vast in parenting.
THE STRAHAN BROOD
With his ex-wife, Wanda Hutchins, the football pro had two kids, Tanita and Michael Jr. Although he and Hutchins split up in 1996, he kept up his dad status and made sure to be there for his kids.
The TV personality married Jean Muggli in 1999, and they had twin girls, Isabella and Sophia Strahan. Muggli and the New England Patriots alum split in 2006. Since then, it's been a rollercoaster of court visits over child support and custody.
Despite all the drama with his ex-wife, Strahan seems.to have a healthy relationship with his kids. When it comes to declarations, the dedicated dad openly shows love.
It is no doubt that the Daytime show host is vast in parenting, and he is also always ready to learn from his children.
He once told People, "sometimes life gets serious for us as adults, but looking at my kids, it lets me know that you're allowed to have fun…"
The Emmy winner also credited his parents for their parenting style, which went a long way in helping him be the ideal dad.