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Happy Father’s Day

I read this saying last week and thought I would share it with you on Father’s Day.

“The GREATEST thing a Father can do for his children is to LOVE their Mother.”

As I read those words, I thought of my husband and children as well as so many others out there in this world. Children need to see their father love their mother. I am blessed that my children get to see this on a daily basis. My husband is the best father to our children and the best husband to me. He loves the children with all that he is. He spends hours teaching them to swim. play baseball, helping them with homework, helping our daughter practice ballet, reading bedtime stories, saying bedtime prayers each night, reading the bible to them, praying for them, singing to them, spending everyday with them and so many other things that I could keep going on and on.

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My husband, Rob, shows our children how much he loves me each day. They see us dance in the kitchen, see us hold hands all the time, see us kiss, see his handwritten love notes throughout the house, see him make me laugh, see him hold me when times are hard, see him encourage me, see him support my organization, and so many other things. My husband is the best Father, Daddy, and Husband! I couldn’t ask for anyone better.

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As I watch our children look into his eyes each day and his eyes look into their eyes, I am captivated by the love they have for each other. The bond is strong…. The love is strong…… The devotion is strong…… They are blessed. We are blessed. Our family is blessed!

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For my AMAZING, WONDERFUL, CAPTIVATING, OTHER HALF, SOUL MATE, BELOVED, BEST FRIEND, FATHER OF OUR CHILDREN, and so many other things…. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

I look forward to spending the next 6 months, 6 years, 16 years and beyond with you my love!

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