…at the door - and be a Laughing Dad !
As a fatherhood worker, one of the saddest things I have seen is fathers who are “too cool” to get down and PLAY with their own offspring.
Read more at DadTalk: 4 Health Benefits of Being a Laughing Dad
… becoming a father changes a man’s relationship to the eternal.
True fatherhood […] links me as a man to what the great psychologist
Erik Erikson called generativity, the sense that I’m a part of new life
and therefore part of the ongoing renewal of the world. In this way, fatherhood makes life meaningful. It can connect a man to the transcendent, helping him to recognize and respond to some of life’s most important questions. Why am I here? Do I matter? What if anything will I leave behind? For me and for most men, burdened with frailties and shortcomings, becoming a father is as close as we’re likely to get to participating with God in creation.
full article by David Blankenhorn HERE