Alex is the epitome of the good guy; he’s honest and authentic. He routinely puts the needs of others before himself. He’s the type of person to get antsy because we took two seconds too long to order something and that may have inconvenienced the person behind us. He’s the one family and friends turn to for trusted advice on everything from books to finances.
Alex is intelligent and logical yet freely expresses his emotions. He’s the “I love you, babe,” after every call even if he’s just downstairs. He’s also the “I can’t get up,” because our cat, Hudson, is sitting close to him and he wants that moment to last. He’s family-oriented and puts his loved ones first. He’s the type of person I have to ask to not be a hero in scary situations because I know he would do anything he could to protect or help others.
Alex grew up in a small town where everyone knows each other with a great family who surrounded him with love and support. His roots taught him the value of hard work and to follow his dreams. He’s also adaptable and supports my dreams even when my dreams take him far from the wide-open fields he grew up in to the concrete jungle he has come to love. He’s ambitious and an entirely self-made business owner who thrives on challenging himself to accomplish more of his goals each day.
I am deeply drawn to kind-hearted people who make this world a better place with their warmth and compassion and Alex is the kindest heart I know; I can’t wait to watch him pour his whole self into being the greatest father anyone could have.