I second that motion!
I wish all the fathers out there good health and happiness.
You have my permission to nap most of the day
And to all you fathers to be, welcome to the club!!!!
Happy Father's Day to all Dads
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Yes a happy father's day to all of you fathers.
It is interesting to note that in the 1950's (?) "Father knew Best" - and yet today Father is often portrayed as a bumbling nincompoop that Mom & the kids have to rescue & manage the family in spite of! TV advertisers spend millions of $$ trying to influence us to buy their products, and for the last several years, apparently they are trying to further degrade the family by portraying fatherhood as a laughable occupation. It is interesting to note that statistically, children with fathers who actively participate in their upbringing & care, score better on exams, are less likely to become involved in drugs and illegal behavior & go on to become productive members of society & involved fathers themselves. This is not a religious persuasion - simply statistics.
We appreciate you men who spend time with our boys - be it at Boy Scouts, on the soccer field, in the swimming pool, or in the backyard - teaching them to be responsible young men, teaching them to be considerate and caring of others, and to have a strong work ethic. Thank you for all you do, and for the great influence you have been to my three sons - and to the young men who became my son's-in-law.
Being a good dad is greater challenge than developing flawless freestyle form.
Being a good mom has got to be even tougher