Are you a Dad or a Daddy?
Dads say, “NO!”
Daddies say, “YES!”
Dads ask, “Why?”
Daddies say, “Why Not!”
Dads are stern and commanding.
Daddies cuddle on the couch.
Dads enforce the rules and hold you accountable for your actions.
Daddies know when to break the rules and wipe away tears.
Dads say “Walk,” “Don’t Run.”
Daddies encourage running and jumping.
Dads teach you the value of earning your own money.
Daddies wallet’s are always open.
Dads teach you how to be a responsible adult.
Daddies want to keep you a child forever.
Dads show you how to give a proper handshake.
Daddies show you how to hug.
Dads teach you manners and civility.
Daddies teach you how to have fun and be carefree.
Dads teach you how to drive.
Daddies teach you how to ride a bike.
Dads teach you how to fish.
Daddies take you fishing.
Dads tell you when to go to bed.
Daddies read you a story, hug, and kiss you goodnight.
Dads tell you not to break things.
Daddies can fix anything from toys, to hearts, to egos.
Dads explain what True Love is.
Daddies provide examples.
My Helper uses BOTH of these monikers when addressing me… I must be doing something right…
Dads teach us to handle whatever life throws at us;
Daddies stand next to us and help catch.