Most of America looked on after Drew Brees lead the New Orleans Saints to their 2009 Super Bowl victory. The media had a field day capturing the picture-perfect photos of Drew holding his son Baylon up in the air as the confetti was falling from the sky. ABC’s Good Morning America aired this Father’s Day segment of Drew Brees – going from Super Bowl to Super Dad. Matt S. called me and said, “it’s one thing for the guy to win a Super bowl ring as well as MVP honors, but to be a cool dad (expecting second child in October) who uses diaper changing to bond with his son – this guy is the man!”
In the segment, you will hear Drew clearly state that during his son’s first year, he “changed more diapers than his wife in the Brees household” as well as plug the brand that he is a spokesman for… Nope, not Wheaties, or Gatorade, or expensive cars, or shaving cream. He is the new daddy face for Pampers Cruisers with Dry Max. After sifting through all of the father’s day segments aired by the media in the past week & using very scientific criteria (none) – Matt S. gives this segment top honors.
Watch it and let us know if you agree. If not, feel free to post your favorite Father’s Day article in the media or broadcast segment…
I challenge Drew Brees to a diaper changing contest. Maybe we should spend something to GMA about making Brees a honorary member of the NYC Dads Group. I always thought the Giants should have signed Brees when he left the chargers