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I’m the proud dad of a two-and-a-half-year-old son named Owen and he’s so much fun. Being a parent has been a blast and watching him grow up has been amazing.
We’re lucky enough to be able to pretty much supply Owen with everything he’ll ever need and spoil him quite a bit. I wish every family out there could just have all the basic needs it takes to live: a safe place for kids to play, good healthcare, and education.
There are so many more other things but just the basic things in life are very important for all families, and I really hope that the United Nations Foundation can be able to do their part to help families.
Kyle Larson is currently among the points leaders in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and qualified for the 2017 postseason after winning at Fontana. Larson also earned Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors in 2014 after winning the same award in the XFINITY Series in 2013. Larson has two career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins, seven career wins in the XFINITY Series, and two career wins in the Camping World Truck Series.
Often among the youngest of his peers to reach a milestone, whether it be his ascent to NASCAR, fatherhood, owning a home, or becoming an entrepreneur, Kyle’s journeys are fast-paced. The shy kid with a dream from northern California can proudly serve as a role model for others chasing down their own dreams in a number of ways.
As a new and young dad, there are many things Kyle wants to share with his son. Kyle and Owen are sure to quickly bond as he teaches him the trades of being a man, like how to change a tire or tune his engine. And while Kyle already possesses strong traits that are primed for fatherhood, there are many others he’s working to master before passing along to Owen.
Wherever life takes him, whatever adventures he’ll encounter along the way, Kyle will evolve in ways that even he won’t expect. But in the end, he’ll always come back around to his roots as the kid with a dream, doing what he loves.
You share, they give: Each time you ‘like’ or share this post via the social media icons on this post, watch this video or comment below, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 (per social action), up to $500,000 divided equally between Shot@Life, UNFPA, Girl Up, UNICEF USA and Nothing But Nets. The Global Moms Relay was created by the United Nations Foundation and Johnson & Johnson with support from BabyCenter, Fatherly, Global Citizen, and Charity Miles to help improve the lives of families around the globe. Share this post with the hashtags #GlobalMoms and #JNJ, and visit GlobalMomsRelay.org to learn more.
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