Here are 12 ways fathers could have a great, loving moment with their little daughters before they become all grown up.
Michael has a lovely daughter named Isabella Grace and a wife named Annaleise. In order to share his thoughts on being a father, he made a blog called Life to Her Years. Here are some of his best tips. The first one is to never be ashamed of showing how much you love your wife and your daughter's mother, even in public. In the future, your daughter will look for a partner who knows how to express love and affection.
It is not just about having quality time with your daughter. Spend as much time as you can with her, especially while she still is not busy.
Do not just be a couch potato who simply drinks beer and sleeps around the house. Be a superhero to your daughter.
It might seem old-fashioned, but it is never wrong to have some good old fun with the whole family.
Do not wait for her to get married. Have a nice dance with your daughter already.
Aside from playing hide-and-seek, another great activity is fishing. Let her become patient and feel the joy of catching a fish.
When she becomes a teenager or a woman, she will be told by society that she is not pretty. While she is young, be the person who knows and says that she is beautiful.
Time will pass by so fast that you will never know what hit you. Remember all the good moments with your daughter. Soon, she'll be going to college or leaving for her own work.
When your daughter gets into an argument with your wife, learn and analyze about who you should support. Yes, you can acknowledge both, but you probably have to pick sides in the end.
Do not be too strict. Allow her to explore and go outside of the house every once in a while.
It is likely that she'll want to have a puppy or a dog, so let her have one or two. And, she might even want a cat. Let her have the things she wants that could cultivate love and affection toward others.
In the future, you will not be able to effortlessly carry your daughter around and make her feel like she is flying. Relish these moments.