In honor of Father's Day , Al Roker, Craig Melvin and Willie Geist, Thomas Rhett, Patton Oswalt and other celebrity pops were asked to tell their best dad jokes. Six kid judges from Universal Kids' hit shows rated the dad jokes.
The weather anchor opened up about raising Nick, who has special needs and is “somewhere on the spectrum and maybe obsessive-compulsive,” in Guideposts magazine’s May cover story. He’s also very affectionate — like his grandfather — and full of love to share.”.
Al Roker opened up about raising his 17-year-old son with special needs and the many reasons he and his wife, Deborah Roberts , admire him. And Deborah reminds me that I have to show my son not only that I love him but that I like him as well.
Al Roker has proudly watched his son with special needs grow from a boy struggling to talk and walk as a toddler into a black belt in taekwondo and an integral member of the family's church as a teen. Al Roker has opened up to Guideposts magazine about parenting his son, Nick, 17, who has special needs.
Al Roker shares photos from his visit with Hoda Kotb's new baby. Roker stopped by to say hello to the newest member of the "Today" show family, Hoda Kotb's new daughter, Hope Catherine.
In celebration of Brinson and his love of spreading the joys of reading, anchors Dylan Dreyer, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker decided to donate their favorite books that they read to their own children. Dylan Dreyer's Favorite Kids' Book.
While New York City celebrates a tree-lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center every year, Al Roker has another holiday tradition. The TODAY co-host and weatherman and his son, Nick Roker, 16, kicked off their holiday season with a trip to Pinto Ranch Tree Farm in Chatham, New York, to find the perfect tree to decorate for Christmas.
1 in 10 nursery staff reports toddlers swearing, website finds copied! 1 in 10 nursery staff reports toddlers swearing, website finds According to a new survey by Day Nurseries, a site based in the United Kingdom, one in 10 nursery staff say they often hear children swearing.
Natalie Morales (center) and Al Roker (right) meet with people as the TODAY show hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner with help from celebrity chefs at CSU Chico Sutter Dining for local firefighters and their families that lost their homes in the devastation consumed by the Camp Fire that continues to impact the area on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 in Chico, Calif.
Dylan is joined by her husband Brian Fichera to cook up her mom's, Linda Dryer, creamy crab dip. Get The Recipe Dylan Dreyer's Mom's Crab Dip Linda Dreyer "My mom and I make this dip for every single holiday and get together," said Dylan.
TODAY went totally '80s for Halloween, as our anchors channeled iconic looks from the movies and music of that decade Wednesday morning. Willie Geist took on the part of everyone's favorite school skipper from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
“Feeling a little #wistful since tomorrow will be the first #halloween in 30 years that I won’t be going out to #trickortreat with one of my kids,” he said in the caption of a photo where he and his son, Nick, dressed up as characters from Super Mario Bros.