Delightfully Chaotic

Happy Father’s Day

on June 18, 2007

“Hey, man, how did it go in there?  …I missed.  He heh… what does that mean? 
I missed!  Oh, hell, no!” 

 
“I pledge allegiance… to the band… of Mr. Schneebly… and will not fight him… for creative control… and will defer to him on all issues related to the musical direction of the band.”-The School of Rock  

Normally I would have Mommy Talk, but on last week’s I kind of combined last week’s and this week’s post all in to one.  But that’s ok since I didn’t blog at all yesterday and today I thought I would give David a Father’s Day shout out.

David, I’m so glad that you had a great Father’s Day.  I know when we first brought Sweet Pea home you and I were dazed and confused about what to do.  But within no time at all we figured things out.  There are so many things that you’ve done that make me laugh and yes I’ve told a few of the poopy stories but they’re funny and it’s what makes you you.  But where I’m most impressed is how much you changed after having our first.  As soon as she was born I saw something change about you.  Within seconds you became a Father, one who is protective, loving, and always there to make the kids laugh.  There are times when I just hang around where you can’t see me just so I can watch you play with them.  Sometimes I wonder which one of y’all is having the most fun-you or the kids.  At first I’ll admit it was a little comical to watch you figure out how to do all the parenting stuff-you know change diapers, feedings, and how you wouldn’t bathe either one until they were at least 3 months old because it made you nervous.  Then our little monkey came around and it was funny because it took you a little while to feel comfortable enough to watch them both at the same time-not that I blame you but it was still funny.  And sure sometimes you give them to many sweets, they stay up a little late and don’t always get a bath when you’re the one putting them to bed but that’s ok but they have a lot of fun staying up late just to play with you.  The kids and I love you very much, and appreciate all the hard work you do so that I can stay home with them-for that I’m very grateful.  We love you very much!  xoxo

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5 responses to “Happy Father’s Day

  1. Chris says:

    Awww. What a great post! Happy *belated* fathers day!

  2. Catwoman says:

    That is so sweet! I hope you guys had a great day!

  3. Tracy says:

    That was very nice. I remember watching the transformation of my husband when he became a father. It was amazing.
    Very sweet post!

  4. mamabright says:

    I know this one!!!

    it’s the perfect quote for your Father’s Day post…

    it’s Eddie Murphy’s character in Daddy Day Care…

    and I think it is one of the funniest parts of this movie…because of the look on his face…especially when he looks up at the ceiling…and the way they leave to your imagination…especially us parents…what the bathroom must look like…

    blessings, mamabright 🙂

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