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On Father’s Day Celebrate Ordinary Fathers – They Are Heroes — 14 Comments

  1. I just want to applaud this post, Janeane. This is a subject near and dear to my heart. I get so tired of hearing single moms stealing the glory of Father’s day. They get mother’s day – and I know many single dads – but I’ve never heard one try to rain on Mother’s day and take it as their own. I’ve also seen moms shut out the fathers and complain about how hard they have it – going alone – in front of the kids. Yeah. It’s personal. I just want to say, your post touched me. Thank you

  2. Yes, we need to encourage and applaud fathers who are doing what the should just like we do with mamas.

  3. Yes! Yes, good fathers are often overlooked. But, life is so much better with them around.

  4. It looks like you have a great family and a loving husband and father and that is worth so much. I have a great father and I am married to one also and our list is probably as unexciting too. But we are happy and that is what counts.

  5. I think that post like these are needed to encourage and applaud the fathers that are taking care of their responsibilities as fathers.

  6. I love how you celebrate your hubby for the man he is! Although I am not married to my daughter’s father I have always encouraged her to appreciate him for who he is.

  7. Yes, but I think every Father/Husband/ honorable man is a hero! Possibly understated, overlooked, etc… but they do so much and play such an important role in society and in being role models for our youth.

  8. I love the simplicity of your unexciting list… I would rather my children have a father that encourages them, loves them unconditionally and guides them on the straight and narrow. Sometimes “boring” is best 🙂

  9. Your reply cracked me up. One of my daughters went vegetarian a year ago and she sticks to it very well. especially since she is the only one in a house full of bacon lovers. She just cannot give up the fried chicken skin, it just makes her so happy.

  10. He is a great father for giving up the delicious skin of his fried chicken. I wish you many more years of a happy marriage.

  11. Well I love your unexciting list! Congrats to you and your family for keeping it together and giving your children the foundation to do the same when they are adults and take the vow till death do us part.

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