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MODERN FATHER | Chris Larot

Posted on June 01 2016

Name: Chris Larot
Age: 32
Spiritual Age (how old do you feel?): 17
Location: Bay Area, California
Occupation: Tech Business Development 
Kid(s):

How would you describe your personal style? sporty, form fitting, greyscale 

What qualities and characteristics embody a Modern Father? Multiple talents. Takes himself and all he invests his time with seriously. Personally for me these things include and are not limited to: Family, Health, Fitness, Professionalism 

How would you describe your parenting style? Passionate. Unconditional. Relentless. 

How has becoming a father changed you? It has made me step up. Every single day I feel myself learning something new and becoming a better father and best of all better human being every day. 

Best/Worst parenting moment so far? Best Moment: This is a moment that I can pinpoint but still relive in all of my "worst moments" -- Choosing to step up and be a father. Worst moment: My moments of weakness and forgetting that its no longer about me. 

What are your hopes for your child(ren)? My hope is that he will always remember to put family first but most importantly to always choose to love and do good before all else. 

Favorite thing to do with your kid(s)? Coming home and spending time doing the little things. Chasing & watching BART trains, bubble baths and eating dinner together. 

What empowers you as a father? The ability to be the best version of myself every day. My son inspires me to never settle for less and never let him down. Keeping my family happy, healthy, safe and sound empowers me not just as a father, but as a human being. 

What do you want your legacy to be? I want my and my future children and family to look back at my life and be proud of the man that relentlessly loved and kept his family together and never let them down. 

What fears do you have pertaining to being a father? My only fear is that my life's work won't be good enough to not just make "ends meet" but provide a source of growth and not just "stability" but be a launch point for my children to fulfill their dreams and achieve and attain all they aspire to be and complete. 

Who is your role model? My Father. 

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