Jay Payleitner sent us a bunch of dad haikus to help you celebrate your role as a dad and give you some food for thought.
by Jay Payleitner – The joy of being a dad should overflow into making physical connections with sons and daughters at every age and stage.
Dads, you can view this quarantine time as a problem, or you can be proactive and make the most of the time you’ve been given at home with your family.
There’s great power and affirmation in a father’s touch. A kiss on the forehead. A rub of the head. A bear hug. A squeeze on the knee. A fist bump. A pat on the back. An arm around the shoulder.
As fathers, we want our kids to learn to get along. But often our goal becomes ending the ruckus as soon as possible rather than helping them learn.
We’re about inspiring and equipping men to be the best dads they can be. So just about every day should feel a little like Father’s Day.
by Brock Griffin As you know, fatherhood is a joy! ... and sometimes, not so much. The longer I am a dad, the...
Dads, our words have so much power to heal or to hurt. But too often we forget how powerful they are.
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