Today is Fathers Day.
1. a man in relation to his natural child or children.
Most guys can help make a baby right? So that means they are a father.
My issue is that most guys can be a father but how many can be a Daddy?
Let me tell you about a few Daddy’s in my life.
This is my Father.
My biological genetically connected father.
But more than that he’s my Dad.
We have a relationship that I treasure.
Even as a little girl, I was daddy’s girl. Princess material even when I didn’t deserve it.
Loved for who I am.
Protected and guided to the woman I am today.
I believe that I inherited the genetic ability to make old things new again.
Dad loved and loves old cars. Restoring from total abliteration to works of beauty.
Some wonder where my love of old things comes from. Wonder no more. I might not have the ability to restore an old car but the life of vintage comes very close from the heart.
The best thing my Dad did was to show and continue to love my Mom. A testament of what love and faithfulness can do.
This is my baby daddy.
Our babies are all grown up but I have watched as this man raised our kids with love, guidance, discipline, fun and like a Dad.
They watched him work hard to support our family. We played hard as a family and now as we watch them “adult” he stands proud and offers opinions when asked.
Love is what he portrays.
These are our pack of weirdos
Our kids might not “need” us much. But the best news is, they still want us.
Happy Daddy’s day to my favorite.
Happy 1st Daddy’s Day!
Jack is 6 weeks old tomorrow so being a daddy is brand speaking new to this guy.
Lack of sleep
Lack of baby know how.
But there is no lack of love.
I have watched this daddy step into the daddy role like a rock star
Everything is new and sometimes it’s hard but the Daddy title fits you like a glove.
And to all the rest of you Daddy’s out there, keep it up!
What you do is important. It’s noticed, I promise. Even the small stuff.
Daddy’s make the world a better place.