Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day!

But more importantly,

Happy Fathering !

Although Father’s Day is a day to celebrate fathers,
what it represents is much more important.

Someone once said that the most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.

From birth, mothers are wired to nurture their children.

Fathers have to work at it more.

Nature provides men with the protector-hunter-gatherer instincts.

We fathers want to be invincible for our children, even when we know we are fallible.

But the most important aspect of fathering is to realize that what we do every day both in view of our children and beyond affects them for a lifetime.

Sons mimic their fathers behavior, much of which carries over into their adult life. Their view of siblings, the opposite sex, life values and much more, begin with their father and continue into adulthood.

Daughters look to their father for strength and support of the family.

Our family has been blessed with strong men and women as roll models, who provide a safe, strong and nurturing environment for our children.

Thank You all

A grateful father and grandfather