Dad, Family

Father’s Day

He raised my brother and I on his own in a time where “single parents” were a new concept while “Men surviving the teenage years of a daughter alone” was something from an urban legend. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think about at least one thing he taught or told me. There is not a day that goes by where I don’t realize that I would lose my effing mind if I had to raise two kids alone. So, today is no different than any other day, I’m just sharing my good fortune with you guys. I have a brilliantly awesome Dad. Happy Father’s Day to him.

MrZ – you’ve proven yourself as an excellent Step-Dad over the last several years, but this chance you’ve gotten to test out your mad father skillz on a baby girl and you’ve risen to the challenge. You have blown my mind in so many ways by being the best Daddy I could have dreamed of. We are all very lucky to have a man like you in our family and I look forward to what the years bring you and how you grow as a Father. Namely? I’m looking forward to letting you teach the kids how to drive because if I do they’ll never learn how to make a left turn.

I love you! Happy Father’s Day.

7 thoughts on “Father’s Day”

  1. My dad raised me on his own too. He was a brave, brave man because those teenage years were a bitch.

    There are men who are dads, and then there are FATHERS. God bless those fathers – where would we be without them?

  2. That is some NICE hair in that top photo! Takes me back to an earlier decade…let’s see…1976?

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