For all the Dad’s out there
My husband is the father of two beautiful babies. A boy and A girl
We both grew up with little children, so we had knowledge of how to care for them but my husband surprised me once our daughter was born I knew he would help but he was up all hours of the night and day with me taking care of her while at the hospital, and at home I was shocked I barely had to change any diapers for the first week she was born. He did everything for her and me while recovering. My husband would wake up at night bring Baby V over so I could feed her, then once she was done he put her back down to sleep. Legitimately the most devoted father, a wife, and daughter could ever ask for.
Mother’s get a lot of credit which they deserve. I mean we carried these babies for about 10 months and then gave birth to them but most don’t see what the fathers do.
- They wake up at all hours even if they have to work
- Come home when you need help.
- Change diapers.
- Spoil them.
- Dress em.
- Especially little girls (God help the boys who come into a little girls life)
My primary objective in writing this blog is to make sure all father’s know they do a great job even if we don’t display it. I wouldn’t know what to do without Baby V’s father he has been and continues to be a Huge help.
Why dads matter
- Girls will look for men who hold the patterns of their dad.
- Boys, on the other hand, will model themselves after their daddies.
- Children who are well-bonded and loved by involved fathers, tend to have less behavioral problems
- Individuals whose fathers showed more involvement in their lives early on tend to attain higher levels of education.
- They will protect their family No matter what.
Please remember next time you see your child(s) father helping out make sure to thank them and just remind them they are doing a great job. It will brighten their day!