Thursday, October 02, 2008

How to be a great dad.


I loved this post by David.

And, I am being a lazy writer this week.

But, even if I wasn't being lazy I don't think I could come up with anything better.

Go. Read. Be entertained.

And be grateful that your husband is a good dad too.

5 comments:

Alice Faye said...

I read this the other day and it was great. It made me laugh and cry a couple of tears especially as it made me reflect on Papa Duane and my own father as well as my good sons who are fathers now. As I said in Marilyn's comments, we don't hear enought about the GOOD fathers. Thanks for the post Ali, Marilyn and David-and it isn't even Father's Day.

Alice Faye said...

I read this the other day and it was great. It made me laugh and cry a couple of tears. It made me reflect on Papa Duane but then I thought about my own father as well as my good sons who are fathers now. As I said in Marilyn's comments, we don't hear enought about the GOOD fathers. Thanks for the post Ali, Marilyn and David-and it isn't even Father's Day.

a wynn wynn situation said...

Loved it- thanks for linking.
I laughed about the groin thing- kids really are a magnet for inflicting intense physical pain :)

[Somebody Loved] said...

It looks like your girls are mighty happy to be with their daddy... nothing like fathers & daughters.
ToOdLeS.ShEiLA

Rita said...

Loved David's post -- he sounds like a great dad! I can totally relate to some things on that list (the pounding or fingers under the door while in the bathroom -- ugh! I hate that! LOL)

Cute photo of LG and the girls!