Happy Father’s Day to the best daddy our son could ask for. Two years ago, when we fell pregnant, I wondered what you would be like as a daddy. Would you be a good father? Would you take a keen interest in our child? How would you be once Oliver arrived, would you mind sharing my attention?
Now I know I needn’t have worried. You are a dedicated father, the first thing you think of in the morning and the last thing at night is Oliver. Throughout the day you are constantly calling and messaging to find out what Oliver’s doing, what he’s learnt, how he is. Even if you have struggled with sharing my attention, or adjusting to fatherhood you never let it be known. You have thrived a s a father.
Especially now Oliver is on the move, I can see how much you’re enjoying being a parent. It means that you can be a big kid, without worrying that people think you’re crazy, something you’ve wanted for such a long time. I look forward to seeing your relationship develop over the years, when Oliver can start to share your passions with you too.
You’re also so supportive of me as a mother. As much as I know that you hate that I have to work, you know I do it because I love it. The days might be long and we barely see one another when I do. But you know that I work so we can have the things we want and we can give our children the things we dreamed of as children ourselves.
I am so glad that we chose each other to go through this crazy journey that is parenthood together. Here are rest of our lives as parents, together.
Happy Father’s Day Stu
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