"My daughter has got me a 'World's Best Dad mug. So we know she's sarcastic." - Father of four daughters.
Being a dad is an awesome feeling, and it comes with a hell lot of responsibilities. The adorable little monsters will keep you on your toes, leaving you restless and tired around the clock. However, you put your big boy pants on and never back down from the responsibilities. That's how it works!
Same is the case with this dad, who no matter what did not complain about being the 'father of daughters', or did he?
It's a great responsibility for a man to raise not one or two, but four daughters. I wonder what it feels like to live in a company of a wife and four daughters.
As a father, you have to make a lot of silent compromises, all your life. - Father of daughters.
And if you dare sleeping in front of them... Well, forget it. It's never going to happen.
And recently, they welcomed twin daughters in their family who are now 10-month-old.
Well, he is smart enough to let technology answer some of his daughters' weird questions.
Sometimes, he regrets doing things. Like, giving an expensive ipad to his 9-year-old daughter.
"This week my eldest has been doing sex education at school. She's very mature about it, no 'front bottoms' or 'nanny' in this house, it's strictly a 'vagina' affair. She's chosen tonight to ask questions about men which makes me feel like an embarrassed child, but I promised to tell her the truth."
"My personal favorites - "do you wear a condom daddy?" Me - "Yes." Then why do you have so many children? Touchè. "Have you and mummy had sex more than three times?" I laughed proudly - "Way more......like at least 9 or 10 times" ( I didn't want to come across as a sex crazed maniac). Can wait to until she asks if I've ever masturbated.....I will curl up in a ball and die." - Father of daughters.
Sometimes I forget to feed myself to make sure that my four daughters have taken their morning breakfast and lunch in the noon. It feels great to be a father of four princesses; we're lost in our kingdom.
We wish you a happy fatherhood, Simon.