On Being A Dad: Two Approaches


Yesterday I had coffee with a dad who excitedly told me his son was flying home from college that night to join the family for vacation. Struck by his sense of anticipation and what obviously was an unusual “bond” between father and son, I queried him as to how this friendship “happened.

So he proceeded to relate how every night for 21 years he had put his son to bed, kissing and affirming him, praying with him, and talking things over, etc.. He recounted that if his boy came in late at night, he would make a concerted effort to stay up and meet him at the door, chat with him for a little while before they both retired for the night.

Then, in the morning, he would go into his son’s room and spend a few minutes with him as he started his day.

The last…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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