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Celebrating Dad - What Is Father's Day?

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By Steve Lucarelli


June 17, 2012

 

Father’s Day is more than a day of fishing -
Father’s Day is when your child comes to you
to have a splinter removed – Father’s Day is
when you see your child fall down and know
you can’t rush to help them up and then they get
up on their own – Father’s Day is after food shopping
you return home and the kids find something you
bought that they like -  Father’s Day is showing them
the same respect you expect them to show you –
Father’s Day is when your child is home with you
and the phone rings at 2:00 in the morning and it
is only the wrong number and not that dreaded call –
Father’s Day is when your children grow to understand
the things you told them when they knew everything
is coming true in their small world - Father’s Day
is so many things and the best part is getting to share
these things with that person you help bring into this
upside-down world – in addition to all these things if you
can find the time to share with your kid(s) whether
fishing, reading, walking or just talking make sure you do it
because I guarantee you they will grow up all to fast.
Happy Father’s Day to all from a happy Dad.

Father’s Day is more than a day of fishing

Father’s Day is when your child comes to you to have a splinter removed

Father’s Day is when you see your child fall down and know you can’t rush to help them up and then they get up on their own

Father’s Day is after food shopping, you return home and the kids find something you bought that they like

Father’s Day is showing them the same respect you expect them to show you

Father’s Day is when your child is home with you and the phone rings at 2:00 in the morning and it's just a wrong number and not that dreaded call

Father’s Day is when your children grow to understand the things you told them when they knew everything was coming true in their small world

Father’s Day is so many things and the best part is getting to share these things with that person you help bring into this upside-down world

In addition to all these things if you can find the time to share with your kid(s), whether fishing, reading, walking or just talking, make sure you do it, because I guarantee you, they will grow up all too fast.

Happy Father’s Day to all from a happy dad.

 

 

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