Meet Super Dad Kyle Pratt

By Giggle Magazine

Meet Kyle!

Father to Rosie Rae (2), Forrest (5), Hunter (7)

Where do you work?

Co-owner and head trainer at Muscle Farm

If you could be any superhero, who would it be and why?

Super man to have the strength to protect my family, the speed to keep up with the kids, and the X-ray vision for multitasking 3 kids easier.

Favorite part of being a dad?

The unconditional love you receive from your kids!

Most memorable dad moment?

The overwhelming emotions I had when my first child was born! And the new respect I gained for my wife seeing how strong she was to endure the labor process.

If you could give advice to new dads, what would it be?

Be the example you want your kids to become. They watch and imitate everything you do. If you don’t like how they are behaving, check yourself.

There isn’t a right or wrong parenting style. You’re not going to be perfect. Be the best you can be and adapt to each child because they are all completely different and respond differently.

Hardest part of being a dad?

Your newest and worst fear: something bad happening to your child. This fear will also help you be a better parent because
it puts you on high alert and you will prevent these fears
from happening.

Best Father’s Day gift you have ever received?

For me, Father’s Day isn’t about a gift or an item. I enjoy spending time with my family! It’s honestly my favorite thing to do. If I need a break or want to go somewhere, I have more fun if I take my wife and kids!

Favorite go to meal you cook for your family?

I love making the family breakfast. Not the healthy weekday breakfast, but the all-out weekend southern breakfast!

What do you hope your children learn the most from you?

  1. To be respectful to everyone.
  2. Always do the right thing even when no one is looking.
  3. No matter what you are doing, whether it’s school, sports team, or picking up sticks in the yard, work as hard as you can and aim to be the best.

Share a “dad fail” moment that you learned from or laughed about:

When Hunter was a baby. I forgot to click in his high- chair tray when he was eating and out of the corner of my eye I saw him nose diving head-first toward the floor. Somehow, by miracle or Dad ninja reflexes, I caught him by his diaper buttons and he was hanging upside down! At the time, it completely freaked me out because no one wants to see their child hurt but looking back it was pretty funny.

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