“The kindness you show to other people rubs off on them. They see you help others and give generously. You’re teaching them compassion and respect, manners and appreciation.”
“Two things you should never forget…That Father’s Day is about you and that I totally love you, even more than I did before! Happy Father’s Day!”
“Your humour is a staple in our lives; how quiet our house would be without laughter! They expect tickles with your hugs and whiskers with your kisses. You’re teaching them to smile, to find joy, and to feel happiness.”
“There’s another side of you that only shows when you are with our children. It’s a side that I never realized I would be so happy to see. You have a way of being all that they need and showing love to each one in your own way. Happy Father’s Day To My Husband!”
My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, “You’re tearing up the grass.” “We’re not raising grass,” Dad would reply. “We’re raising boys.”
The quality of a father can be seen in the goals, dreams and aspirations he sets not only for himself, but for his family.
We’re a family and we’re totally cool! Happy Father’s Day!
You are their hero. They watch everything that you do, learn from everything that you do, and want to do everything that you do. You are, and will continue to be, a big player in their self-esteem. You’re teaching them to be confident, self-assured, and proud.
“We have so much to be happy about…I love our life, our family, and all that we have done…together! Happy Father’s Day!”
“Little girls are just as capable as little boys, and little boys are just as capable as little girls. You are teaching our daughter to have strength, and our son to have sensitivity. You are ignoring gender roles and raising our kids as people. You’re teaching them equality.”
“We are a powerful duo. Together we have fun. We have become awesome parents and I’m so grateful that you’re my love! Happy Father’s Day To My Husband!”
The greatest gift I ever had came from God; I call him Dad!
When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years.
Old as she was, she still missed her daddy sometimes.