Happy Mother’s Day Momma.🖤
About last night...🖤
Good morning old friend.
Pulling up to the @cartier party and feeling very excited. Always such a fun night. Thank you Cartier for throwing such an incredible evening. #boldandfearless #cartierparty
From my bunny to yours, happy Easter.🐇
Step into the light. All episodes of @thepathonhulu out right now.👁 #Hulu
Tune it tonight people! @jimmyfallon and I play a serious game of charades that ends in a blood bath and then we talk all things @thepathonhulu and new baby. We also talk about my love for @badgalriri. I’m mean who doesn’t love that girl. Until next time Jimmy. Always such a pleasure being in your company. Also, thanks for the record my friend. Story loves it.
Words can not describe to you how lucky I feel to have this man as a father in law. He is truly one of my hero’s. This mans name is Tom Parsekian and he is training for the LA marathon at the moment. Please read below and simply take in what all of this means. He was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about 13 years ago but he has never let that define him. Read what Lauren posted and come out and support this legend of a man if you are around. We will be at the finish line cheering him on. #Repost @laurenpaul8 ・・・ This is my dad Tom. My hero. My dad was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) 13 years ago. I remember it so clearly. Him sitting my sister and me down to tell us what that meant and how it will affect him. I remember feeling crushed. My dad had always been invincible in my eyes. He is the rock in our family. He’s truly the most kind, loyal, humble, intelligent, open-hearted man. Ask anyone who knows him. He’s just the most special person. The thought of him in pain truly shattered my heart. Fast forward 13 years. Years which have included many ups and downs for him. Periods of intense difficulties, mixed with periods of rest where the disease lets up and gives him a bit of a break. It’s been a journey and he has tackled it with such grace. Well, my dad, who refuses to be defined by his condition, and whose love for running has always been such a huge part of his life has been training for the LA Marathon and will be running in it on March 18th. Make no mistake, it hasn’t been easy. He has worked SO hard to be able to do this. His goal is to break 4 hours in the marathon. Words can’t express how proud of him I am. If you have been impacted by MS and live in LA, join us at the finish line as we cheer him on and help raise awareness about this disease! My dad wants to inspire all those with MS to know that you can refuse to be defined by it and do extraordinary things! If you are interested in joining us, I’ll be updating my instastory with details on the day of the marathon. I love you so much Dad. You are such a legend! Your strength inspires me every day!
Life. To live. What an extraordinary gift that we as a whole constantly take for granted. It’s easy to forget how lucky we are. These two ladies in this photograph are my world and they are a constant reminder how lucky I am to be alive. The little one on the right is my daughter and she just turned a month old. Her name is Story and each breath she takes makes me weak. The sounds she makes when she stretches and yawns are what I live for. Her sneezing and hiccups make me feel warmth like I have never felt. The sleeping beauty on the left is my wife. Her name is Lauren and she just happens to be the greatest human that I have ever met and she just happens to be a damn good mother. Truth is, I never believed in soul mates before meeting her but I can tell you right now that she is mine. I guess that’s how it works sometimes. Her and I somehow magically created this precious child and never has there been a greater gift for us. To be parents. What a blessing. What a miracle life is. Someone once said the odds of existing are as if two million people each rolled a dice that is a trillion sided and they all ended up landing on the same number. Think about that. How rare each and every one of us are. How beautifully perfect/imperfect each and every one of us are. It’s crazy to think that we all started out as a perfect little sperm that happened to fertilize a perfect little egg on a very specify moment in time. Everything had to be absolutely perfect for each and every one of us to exist. Lucky us. I don’t know why I am writing all of this for all of you to see. I’m just staring at my baby sleeping in my arms and felt the need to express myself. Love to all of you perfectly imperfect people.❤️👶🏻❤️
I’m a full-on #zero. What about you? @vitaminwater #drinkoutsidethelines #ad
Words can't describe how in love I am with this whole parenting thing.