However, despite that devastating diagnosis, Chris refused to get down about it. Instead, he decided to spread happiness to all those around him, particularly Logan and Delaney. “I can’t teach them every lesson,” the dad told CBS News in June 2014. “I don’t have enough time. But I can be a good person and they can see that.”
On that note, Chris also touched upon the primary concerns that most fathers have throughout their lives, including the ambition to improve their careers. Due to his condition, though, he told the news outlet that he believes those priorities need to change, as they don’t matter in the long run.
“We’re missing the greatest experience we’ll ever have, ever,” Chris told CBS News. “You always think that people who are dying want to get up early and watch the sunrise. I don’t. I like to sleep – but if my kids get up early, I want that experience,” he added.