Being a father is one of the few things in life that will make you forget about your worries, and let you appreciate all that has been given to you.
There are times in our lives where we all get busy as parents. But sometimes we need that reminder to connect with our children. As a mother, I have reminded my children’s father to touchbase (emotionally) with his sons and he does through a variety of ways. This article might be a help for some of you too.
Heartless guys who are not ready for parenthood, are still selfish and egoistic and believe the world revolves around them.
2.31am on Wednesday the 3rd December 2008 was the second most important moment in my life, with the birth of my daughter Alexandria at the Bolton Royal Hospital.
For those of us lucky enough to have a job today, have you ever thought about the fact that maybe you are emphasizing way too much on how your job defines who you are?
The traditional role of the father is as the secondary parent to mommy. It may seem at times that dad can’t develop the same relationship with baby as mom can. The reasons can be the demand of work, mom’s relationship with the baby due to nursing, or the fact that men in general have lesser experience in these areas.
This is going to be one of those sappy Carpe Diem (Seize the Day) articles that I love to write, so if you hate that kind of thing, or if you are out of facial tissue (or a hanky, if you still use such – very environmentally friendly of you, but yuck!) then I give you fair warning.
Many fathers feel hopeless to change, but there’s a couple of simple realizations that can get a dad on the path toward being a better parent.
Quotes and things kids young and old say makes a good or true dad. How children see dad and how wives also see their husbands in the role of what makes a good and true dad. As seen from the eyes of children, moms, grandma’s, sons and daughters. The value of a a good dad.