Justin Fraser with his kids Elizabeth, 2, and Harrison, 4.
Justin Fraser with his kids Elizabeth, 2, and Harrison, 4. Katie Cameron

Father-son bonding time involves 4WD

WHEN Harrison Fraser, aged 4, was asked reasons why he loved his dad, it seemed like he would never run out of things to say.

"I love my dad because he takes me to the skate park," Harrison said.

Another reason was "he lets me take the plants out of the fish tank."

A stay-at-home dad, Justin Fraser is also a personal trainer and a car detailer.

According to his son, Justin's day of work consists of "going to the gym a lot", and Harrison's mother, a solicitor, "goes to meetings all day."

Harrison may grow up to be a sport fan, with his favourite activity riding his bike or scooter with his dad at the park.

"I have my own motorbike and Dad really, really, really likes it when I go super, looper, duper fast," Harrison said.

As part of father and son bonding time, Harrison also goes 4WD driving with his dad.

"On my first time we were driving and there was mud everywhere," Harrison recalled.

An advantage of being a stay-at-home dad means Justin can spend some time doing craft activities with his kids.

"I love it when he makes stuff with me," Harrison said.

"We made a volcano out of play dough."

However Harrison saved the best thing about Justin until last, and lowered his voice in a conspiratorial whisper.

"Sometimes, he even gives me sprinkle sandwiches."



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