June 16, 2020
American broadcast journalist, Craig Melvin, joins his family for a quick photo, at a bus stop, to celebrate the "last day of kindergarten."
Craig Melvin recently appeared in a family photo shared by his wife, Lindsay Czarniak. The photo featured the 41-year-old broadcast journalist with his family on a bus stop as they celebrated the "last day of kindergarten."
The adorable family seemed to all be dressed in their pajamas, and they had a mini blackboard that had "Last day of kindergarten" written on it in cursive lettering. Melvin captioned the heartwarming post,
"Nothing like hitting the bus stop on the last day in PJs (that goes for all of us). Time to officially pop a top on summer. Thank you, teachers!"
Fans gushed over how cute the family looked. Some commended Melvin for being available for his kids despite his busy schedule, while the others thanked him for giving them a reason to smile during these difficult times.
A fan wrote, "Keep the family activities rolling. It's really refreshing to see compared to all the negativity that being posted & shared. Thank you!"
Melvin was a bit skeptical about the name, but he came around.
Melvin and his wife, Lindsay Czarniak, met while he worked at NBC4 in 2008. They tied the knot on October 15, 2011, in a wedding ceremony held at Washington D.C.
The pair had previously moved north from Washington — Czarniak to join ESPN's Sports Center and Melvin to occupy a dayside anchor spot at MSNBC — however, they returned to the Church of the Holy City for their wedding ceremony.
The pair share two kids between them. Their son, Delano, was born in March 2014, and their daughter, Sybil "Sibby" Ann, was welcomed in November 2016.
The name reportedly started out as a unisex shorthand for the word "sibling." Melvin and his wife used the code word to get their son, Del, familiar with the idea of having a sibling (Sibby) — however, they liked it so much that it stuck.
According to Czarniak, Melvin was a bit skeptical about the name, but he came around. The pair deliberately chose not to inquire after the baby's sex before her birth.
Melvin, who had once confessed that he was hoping for a girl, had the honor of breaking the news of their second child's sex to his wife while they were in the hospital.