Thursday, June 16, 2011

Father's Day

Scripture of the day: "Better a little with righteousness than much gain with injustice." -Proverbs 16:8



Hubby cuddling with Ducky only 1 hour old...so precious

Father's Day is this Sunday and I would just like to honor my Hubby. He is such a good daddy to our boys. He loves to spend time with them and play with them. He hates going to work only because he has to leave them. Both boys cry for him while he's at work. On the weekends, Hubby spends as much time as possible with the children so he can soak up their love to get through another week. We love you hunny and wish you the Happiest Father's Day ever!!!!

Hubby taking Bear for a ride on the mower



Here are a few things I came across this week. I got an email from TOS magazine and one of the email authors wrote this for their entry this week:
  1. Does your man love God? Be thankful- many do not
  2. Does he love you? Be thankful- many men never show it
  3. Is he committed to you? Be thankful- many men wander
  4. Does he love the children? Be thankful- many men couldn't care less
  5. Is he strong in his convictions? Be thankful- many men waver
Think about these questions. If your man is all of these things...BE THANKFUL! So many men are unattached to their families, show no love, don't spend time with them, are lazy, and angry. I love my man because he is all of these things and more.

Here is a list of a few things that don't cost much to do for your man for Father's Day to make him feel special:
  • Begin the day with a favorite hearty breakfast
  • Give him lots of smiles
  • Give him a shoulder rub
  • Whisper "I'm so glad our children have your for a dad"
  • Let dad decide what to eat for lunch/dinner...no complaints
  • Make his favorite dessert
  • Watch his favorite movie after the kids go to bed
  • Get the kids to make him a picture and write down what they like to do with daddy...have it framed
I hope you all treat your husband's well this Sunday. They are our gift from God and they work hard for us.


God Bless,


Kristy

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