A Special Father’s Day Message

Father getting toenails painted by young daughterSo we all know that Father’s Day is right around the corner. I came across this cute blog post about a dad, Dave Engledow, who calls himself the Father of the Year. He posted pictures of his adventures with his daughter. They are kind of funny but they are super sweet at the same time.

See the rest here: http://blog.kangacare.com/just-in-time-for-fathers-day-worlds-best-father/

They’ll definitely bring a smile to your face!

It takes a special kind of person to be a dad. My husband is a wonderful dad! He changes diapers, cuddles with our son, plays cars, plays peek-a-boo, and anything else that our little boy needs. He would do anything for our little man.

When Dusty was first born, Gary was there every day until he had to go back to work and even then he would rush from work to come see our little one. There were days that I was so glad he was there to hold my little man and me. He just has a way of pulling things together.

Father snuggling with his preemieI believe that dads of preemies have a super special bond with their little ones just as much as preemie moms do. They go through days, just like us moms, where they are worn out and had a long day at work. Then they come home to two little handprints waiting on the screen door for daddy to walk up the porch steps.

I love watching my husbands face light up when Dusty yells Da-Da when he walks up those steps. It’s almost like he forgets what the day has been like or the chaos of our everyday life. I love him for everything he does for our little family. He is a wonderful father and a wonderful husband. My husband loves his family. All dads love their families. So this Fathers Day remember those dads that have and would do anything for their families.

Happy Fathers Day!!

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About The Author: Amber Shipman

After a very high-risk pregnancy, Amber gave birth to her son 10 weeks early. He spend 47 days in the NICU and had to overcome plenty of challenges to make it home. Today, Amber is a SAHM and Dusty is a happy, healthy one year old!