Craig Melvin and Wife Lindsay Czarniak Glow with Happiness in New Photos with Their 2 Kids
Sports have been among the most important things for this couple, but perspectives later changed after they grew together with the family they have today. Life at home amid social distancing for this adorable family seems so filled with fun and joy.
While coronavirus pandemic is keeping almost everyone at home, people are doing their best to keep up with the good mood during this time. So is the case of Craig Melvin and his wife, Lindsay Czarniak, who focus on having quality time together with their family.
It is a delight to have a glimpse at sportscaster Lindsay’s social media, who shows terrific humor on it. She recently took to Instagram to post photos with her husband and two kids, in which they wear funny mustaches and ties, while she displays a poster with a joke.
In one photo, the poster reads: “What kind of music do killer whales like?”, on the other side of the poster, the answer reads: “they love orca-stra”. She amuses throughout her Instagram account with posters and silly jokes like this one.
Craig and Lindsay are blessed with a beautiful family. The couple met in 2008 during a commercial break, while Craig was an anchor at NBC4 and she was coming back from covering the Beijing Olympics for NBC. They kept their relationship a secret from their colleagues for a while.
They married three years later in D.C. and moved to Connecticut where they could commute to both their jobs. In 2014, the couple had their first child, a son named Delano -they call him Del- and in 2016, they welcomed a daughter, Sybil "Sibby" Ann. They named her like that after Del, who used that name to call her soon-to-be sister.
Before joining as Today’s morning program weekdays anchor, Craig was a Saturday morning Today co-host alongside Dylan Dreyer and Sheinelle Jones. He is also a reporter and anchor on MSNBC and has previously worked at WRC-TV in Washington D.C. as an NBC4 anchor.
On the other hand, Czarniak is a sports anchor and reporter who was part of the sportscaster team for NBC at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She worked six years with WRC-TV and later joined ESPN as a SportsCenter anchor in 2011. She also spent 6 years there until she left in 2017.
Next she would join the professional stock car racing team during the Daytona 500, and in 2018 she joined CNN to work with the network’s sports team. Today she hosts a podcast called “Players”, where she interviews prominent sports players with a more intimate look.
As it runs in the blood, her father was a sports journalist for a newspaper in Washington D.C. for 17 years, and then became the managing editor of USA Today.
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