What makes a great dad? Each man brings his own personality, skill set, and stance to the job. Yes, being a dad is hard work, if he does it well. RM is a super dad in my book and here is why.
- He can fix anything that is broken and put it back better than before – see him above trying to figure out how to fix that hot mess of pipes?
- He cooks when I don’t feel like it and makes an amazing, creative pizza for a hungry mob
- He smells good most of the time
- He is in charge of the laundry and the grocery shopping…our pantry is always bulging with staples. Sometimes 5-6 bottles of same item.
- He loves a party and wants the kids at our house
- He knows a lot of important stuff like saving money, taxes, and investments.
- The man knows how to make a buck but often times he refuses to charge for his services — he will say “pay it forward”.
- He has lots of friends and he always steps up to the call of duty when asked. How many bounce houses can one man put up in a lifetime? Tons.
- He gets emotional about lots of stuff and wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to the people he loves…his girls.
- He takes fatherhood seriously. He changes diapers, bathes kids, dresses them and feeds them too.
- He is always busy being productive and always making something out of wood.
- It doesn’t take much to make him happy.
- He drove a min-van when he really wants to drive a Maserati.
- He is proud of his family and tells us so.
- He is tall and big to protect us from evil doers.
Happy Father’s Day to one of the great ones! We don’t tell you often enough.