Owen and The Colonel have had three beautiful sons: Jackson, Hudson and Harding.
Their boys mean everything to them, and Owen especially treats fatherhood as a way to stretch out his own adolescence.
“Being a dad is the best, most important thing I’ve ever done. I may revel in this whole ‘frat-boy/man-child’ thing, but fatherhood also implies leadership. It’s not enough to tell our sons about Life, we also have to show them. By example.
It’s my duty as a father and a man to grab hold and wring every last bit of juice out of life that I can.
So I’ve made the conscious decision to live life in a big way. Engage. Experience. Grow. Climb above the treeline and slay the dragon. Avoid boors and tyrants. Roll up your sleeves and put your shoulders into it. Sob and roar when you have to. And laugh. A lot.
Life is an active process – not a passive one. “