Fatherhood is something hard, for those yet to enter this phase, know that your children needs a role model and being non-existence is not an option. Just because a husband provides financially doesn’t mean all other responsibilities lies with the wife. A father too can read story books, bath the kids, painting and more. Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.
Hate him or love him, you can’t deny Trump did a decent job in raising his kids. With his wealth, they are not spoiled, all are highly educated, speak well, don’t do drugs and carry themselves well. I doubt Trump was there babysitting them all day long but he does inspire them to be better.
For those without fathers, don’t be sad, remember when you yourself becomes a dad, be the best dad to your kids. Parenthood is temporary, fatherhood is for life. Your kids will grow up and the best thing you can do is to give them the best childhood, which is a caring and loving family. Without further ado, here are some funny and inspiring quotes and sayings on fatherhood for Father’s Day, possibly a few good ideas for a DIY card or WhatsApp messages.
I hope this Father’s Day is as fun as your life was before kids.
You’re the best Dad I could have asked for until you sing or dance.
Behind every great Dad is a great kid… that would be me… just saying. Happy Father’s Day.
Dad, let’s be honest, I’m the reason today is special. Happy Father’s Day.
No jail, no drugs, no face tattoos. You did great Dad. Happy Father’s Day.
May you enjoy this day as much as you did before you had kids. Happy Father’s Day.
Dad, without me today is just another day. You’re welcome and Happy Father’s Day.
Happy Father’s Day from your favorite child.
A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow.
Dad are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventurers, story tellers, and singers of songs. – Pam Brown
Lately all my friends are worried they’re turning into their fathers. I’m worried I’m not. – Dan Zevin