Fathers day : Thanking my Kid’s Dad!

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Happy Fathers Day, Dad and son!

And that’s for an extra loving and caring Dad! This time, Dad of my child, who has got less of the fame on my blog rather. Mom’s take all of it when it comes to Parenting & rather Fatherhood somehow hides under the influential “Motherhood”. Indeed, Moms are persuasive when it comes to raising up a child. But to me, it is both the parents who have to be the sturdy wheels to get cycle run smoothly on all sort of roads. Fathers day is near and lemme grab this opportunity to let him know that he is a special father.

And why should I not thank my kid’s Dad?

For, It is he who helps me get my “Me” time. He is so willingly qualified to play, engage, and make him learn new things while I want that secluded time to pamper myself.

Isn’t it he, who gets him so many wonders of the world? Be it his favourite dessert or toys, I don’t even need to tell or ask him to get one. He always has bundles of surprises with him to thrill up our child.

That love is out of the world, when my kid gets to see him at the end of the day & he jumps, dances, laughs to get close to his dad. Those moments become so precious for me to hold forever.

Even after his schedule, many times it is “He” who voluntarily gets him to bed or gets the poops done. Rather he is my kid’s first choice when it comes to getting pee and poops done.. I’m yet to know the secret;)

I just love the father – child bond when they are least interested in what the “Mom” has to say. Ignoring my talks seems to be their favourite task! Lol, but I laugh coz they are so graciously busy and hooked to themselves!

I love the way my child enjoys his weekends “Shower bath” from his dad. So playful, frolicsome, bathrooms give me a sense of waterpark then. But I love the smiles of togetherness during those moments!

Let me thank him, for trying to get him read books [which actually is my creative passionate job] when I’m in different swings.

It gets me nutty seeing them rock the house floors with their creepy dances, laughs and rolls. Their fondness grows by each passing act.

It’s so fascinating to see no tears upon getting hurt when my kid is with his dad. He says, papa do the “MAGIC” and I’ll be Okay, it really sounds crazy to me.

I laugh that this duo yearn so much for father-son selfie, that they forget mama can also fit into;)

Those are the moments of bliss to see him comfortably sleeping on his daddy’s shoulder while we are out .

Coz that bond is beautiful when I hear – Mama, daddy will not sleep, you may sleep. Let daddy play with me.

They have some unmatched camaraderie which amuses me most of the times, they get along with so many hugs and warmth, it cheers my inner self!

And this is all why I need to thank my kid’s dad, for his relentless love, and for being the fulcrum of our lives! I need to thank him for showering us the power of a male along with the emotions of a Dad. I really need to tell him once that “You are awesome” and we love you forever!

Wishing Happy Fathers Day, to an incredible dad!

Happy Fathers Day, Dad and son!

46 thoughts on “Fathers day : Thanking my Kid’s Dad!

  1. Looks like a lot of fun. In my father’s words “You will understand when you become a father”, every time I ask him why he did something for me when I can do it myself. Dads are special and liked your post in all aspects. Thanks for sharing.

  2. It is really good to take the time sometimes to express your love and admiration for someone. Days like fathersday are a simple reminder of that ? It is great that you actually expressed it! Cute picture btw hehe

  3. Lovely article – and so true! fathers must also get praise! I am divorce – but still I recognize my esk husbands fantastic love end devotion to our now grown children. He is and has always been a wonderful dad! Thank you for this good read!

  4. What a thoughtful tribute to your child’s Dad! He seems like a great role model for your child and an even better supporter of you. Enjoy celebrating Father’s Day with him!

  5. Happy Father’s Day to your husband! I love watching the bond between my daughter and husband grow. Her eyes light up when he talks to her. My husband is a great father and husband. He’s always helping with the house and our daughter. I’m forever grateful!

  6. This is such a lovely and inspiring piece! My father passed away when I was very young, so there are a lot I missed sharing with him but the little memories I have of him are super special. It is indeed important to cherish the most important man in our lives—Father’s Day or not!

    Mae | http://www.thegospelofbeauty.org

    1. Father’s day is just a reminder to acknowledge their love n support!! Sad that ur dad was not there for long but m sure what ever time u had with him, he would have been great n loving dad!

  7. Definitely a great tribute to someone who sounds like he is an amazing dad. And it’s great that your child had bonded with them their dad so much that they can leave you without a problem. Such a great post.

  8. This is a sweet post. It’s always nice to highlight fathers day and recognize all the hard work the men in our lives do. I personally made a post about gift ideas for fathers day. Hope you enjoy it this year!

  9. I agree with you. It is both the parents who have the responsibility to raise their child. Such a sweet post. Let’s them know how special they are too

  10. Thank you so much for highlighting the importance of fathers in children’s upbringing. Many times fathers are never praised. Your kids father is one of its kind, and I wish many more fathers could be like this.

    These days we have children with a sense of hopelessness and no future due to the fact that they’ve not been well guided by their primary care givers , they ended up on the streets in gangs , they abuse drugs and alcohol. Mostly this is due to the fact that they’re not receiving care and support from the very people that are meant to be loving and caring for them, they are neglected and these children end up being parented by dangerous people of the world.

    Thank you for putting your thoughts into this, again I pray that any father who has been neglecting their children that comes across this blog will be so touched in such a way as to start taking positive responsibility for their children because no child deserves to receive a negative upbringing from their parents.

  11. This is precious. I love the bond my godfather and I had while growing up. I can only dream of the day when I have a mini-me and they bond with their father. I would zero problems with him cleaning up the diapers!

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