Happy Father’s Day!

A dad means so much to a little kid! How well that relationship grows is all one-sided in the first few years …

Daddy sets the tone … a baby feels good hearing that deeper voice,feeling the strong hands holding him safely and looking at the smiling face! All are different from mom in a reassuring and exciting way!

Where in the world can any man feel so much power for the good! No matter who he is, how much education he has, how good-looking or ugly he thinks he is, how weak or handicapped he might be, from this moment on he can support and guide a human being!

The rewards can be awesome but what a responsibility … let loving patience and understanding guide you!

Happy Father’s Day,

Fran

 

10 Ways To Be A Better Dad

This article I read might help some dads find something that can help them carry on the most awesome job they will ever be charged with!

Respect Your Children’s Mother
. One of the best things a father can do for his children is to respect their mother. If you are married, keep your marriage strong and vital. If you’re not married, it is still important to respect and support the mother of your children. A father and mother who respect each other, and let their children know it, provide a secure environment for them. When children see their parents respecting each other, they are more likely to feel that they are also accepted and respected.

Spend Time With Your Children
. How a father spends his time tells his children what’s important to him. If you always seem too busy for your children, they will feel neglected no matter what you say. Treasuring children often means sacrificing other things, but it is essential to spend time with your children. Kids grow up so quickly. Missed opportunities are forever lost.

Earn The Right To Be Heard
. All too often the only time a father speaks to his children is when they have done something wrong. That’s why so many children cringe when their mother says, “Your father wants to talk with you.” Begin talking with your kids when they are very young so that difficult subjects will be easier to handle as they get older. Take time and listen to their ideas and problems.

Discipline With Love. All children need guidance and discipline, not as punishment, but to set reasonable limits. Remind your children of the consequences of their actions and provide meaningful rewards for desirable behavior. Fathers who discipline in a calm and fair manner show love for their children.

For more information about ordering the “10 Ways to Be a Better Dad” brochure, call us at 301-948-0599 or go to the NFI Bookstore.

Visiting and participating in events at your child’s Child Care sends a strong message. It tells your child and your child care provider that what your child is doing and learning is important.

 

Fran Civile

Hi, I'm a freelance writer and internet marketer providing information and resources to help apprentice marketers succeed with a minimum of wasted time or money. I've been writing, blogging and marketing for about 15 years of work at home business. I realize there is no way I'm going to be able to publish it all by myself so I enjoy sharing trustworthy information already out there in the blogosphere. Fran Civile - Seattle WA - United States 

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  4 comments for “Happy Father’s Day!

  1. 08/17/2013 at 04:44

    Thanks. Excited to be a dad!
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    • 08/17/2013 at 05:25

      Congratulations! Thank you for stopping by and reading, I appreciate it.

      I looked at your review site and I’m impressed with its thoroughness!

      I hope you continue to enjoy your family,

      Fran

  2. 06/21/2013 at 06:33

    Thank you for your thoughtful comment Carlo! What you say makes so much sense … if every family could function with love, mutual respect and cooperation that would be the basis for a much better society. I could go on and on on this subject!

    I took a look at your site and I’m impressed!

    Fran

  3. 06/21/2013 at 04:42

    Show the child you are willing to help out in housework. In this age with so many mothers working to support or help in supporting the family, it is important for children to understand that keeping a household is a family job, not just the mother’s.
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