Happy Father’s Day, DAD!
Any man can become a Father.
It takes dedication, commitment, time, effort, sweat, tears, and lots of love to be a DAD.
A DAD spends his life supporting, caring for, loving, protecting, molding, and a multitude of other actions for his kids. Being a DAD involves much more than being the biological or adoptive father of a kid. Being a DAD has much more importance, much more meaning, and is much more rewarding. Being a DAD means hugs and kisses and giggles. Being a DAD means you get to play games, teach life lessons, and be a good example. Being a DAD means heaps of love and laughter – which makes the exhaustion and anxiety totally worth it 😀
This family’s DAD is very much loved. The teen and pre-teen years are in full swing here but DAD is still loved – even when eyes are rolled and they are convinced Dad knows nothing about what they are going through 😀
My husband supports me and always has my back. He’s a great Dad to our girls and we are so blessed to have him. Thanks for being a wonderful husband and a DAD.
Thanks to my own DAD who put up with my strong will and directed me in the right way – God’s way.
Thanks to my Father-in-law who raised a godly son who became the best husband and DAD ever.
Thanks to all the Fathers out there who went on to become DADS. You ROCK!
Happy Father’s Day!
Donna Marie says
It is sad that not all Fathers become dads, as my family has experienced, but the one that do become dads, experience love and gratitude in return for the love they provide that only God can give.