Waiting on our kids isn’t fun. But being there shows them over and over that they are worth our time, effort, patience, and perseverance.
We dads too easily let our cell phones, our work schedules or even our hobbies rule our lives at the expense of investing in our children.
Be a model of committed fathering—not perfect, but always looking to improve and grow. Be unashamed about your desire to succeed as dad.
Let’s appreciate military dads for the sacrifices they make and what they go through as they try to stay connected with their families.
Jeff Zaugg: Please don’t settle for “Dad Average” on Father’s Day or any day. The “Dad Awesome” approach is about intentionality.
Fatherhood is a marathon, and there is great value in stepping back and looking at being a dad from a bigger-picture perspective.
Spring and summer bring possibilities for activities and events with each of your kids and your whole family. Make the most of them, dad.
Children don’t just change your life; they totally transform it. They give you a new perspective on everything.
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield: Though you won’t be around forever physically, you will live on in the deposits you leave in your daughter’s life.
Commitment is the #1 secret that sets highly effective fathers apart from others. It helps you persevere through difficulties and find ways to be there for your kids.