Craig Melvin's Wife Lindsay Czarniak Wishes Husband Happy Birthday in a Loving Post
Craig Melvin's wife gushed over an adorable photo of the news anchor taking a break from his work to soak up the sun with their daughter.
News Anchor, Craig Melvin had a unique juggling to act to play while celebrating his birthday in quarantine; in the middle of his show, he took a break to homeschool his daughter.
The sweet moment had his wife Lindsay Czarniak gushing over him on his birthday; she wrote, "this photo says it all...We love you @craigmelvinnbc dressed down or in a suit you're the best husband and dad we could dream of. Happy Birthday!"
Many of his fans joined Lindsay in wishing him a happy birthday. One commenter revealed that her husband worked from home for 20 years and they found the key to making it work, she said:
"Yes! It speaks volumes! Yes, there are crazy times, and we all had to learn boundaries...He sure is doing us SC folk proud!"
The hard-working News reporter was caught off guard on the "Today" show when his co-host Hoda Kotb surprised him with birthday messages from the Virtual Plaza.
During the virtual segment of the "3rd Hour of Today," he was given another surprise during their virtual call when Craig's parents called in to give their birthday tributes. Craig shared his excitement, saying:
"Oh what a surprise! Let me tell you, the fact that you got my mother and father on FaceTime, this is unprecedented."
According to Today, Craig's mother shared all of her favorite memories from his childhood. She showed off his pre-school receipt, high school graduation cap, and a photo from college.
While getting a little choked up, Craig expressed his appreciation for the moment. He said it was special because he hadn't seen his parents in a few months.
He called her the glue in their family and thanked her for everything she has done for them. He also expressed his desire to see her soon.
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