He would leave the house for work before I woke. He often worked weekends. But work was not why he was a distant father.
We spend our lives looking, chasing, and seeking. For what? For understanding, for knowledge, for joy, for wisdom. Sometimes, it’s right in front of us.
Fatherhood isn’t just something my dad did. It is something he taught me and we do together regardless of the miles between us.
Siblings are one thing; brothers, that’s a whole different, deeper bond. It’s potential best friend and biggest rival for life.
I’m teaching my sons and daughter to respect others, so don’t be a jerk and act like a tough guy when my boys come around your girls.
Raising a tween means paying more attention to your facial expressions. And getting him or her to take more showers.