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Father's Day Gift Guide 2015

10 Gift Ideas Worthy of Dad

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  1. Maximizer Fruit Press with GSAM: He may not be into the fruit trees in the yard yet but with this press, apple season will be more exciting than ever!
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Gift Guide

You Are My Son, Today I Have Become Your Father

Why are the nations so angry?
Why do they waste their time with futile plans?
The kings of the earth prepare for battle;
the rulers plot together… 204 more words

God's Word For Children

The rock doodle

Sometimes the urge to doodle is very strong. Dad, being a Sagittarius (I once mentioned many family members were Scorpios, with birthdays in November, but was corrected “Daddy is a Sagittarius”) had wanderlust and the arty side. 21 more words

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VIDEO: Dad & Newlywed Daughter Ditch Dance to Play Catch at Reception

Jim Mickunas’ daughter was a total jock growing up. So when it came time for the pair to share the traditional father-daughter dance at her wedding, he told the DJ to kill Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” and put on John Fogerty’s “Centerfield,” and summoned a pair of mitts and a softball from the onlooking crowd. 43 more words

Features

Hello world!

Today I graduated from a man trying to be a gentleman to a gentleman trying to be a father.  Being a man was a choice made for me.  89 more words

Baby

Father of Three Girls

His parents had named him Ugur, which means lucky in Turkish, and which obviously can only bring you anything but bad luck. Ugur had always wanted a son, a little boy to look up to him. 233 more words

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10 Things Girls Who Have Lost Their Dads Want You To Know

When I was 17 I lost my dad unexpectedly. It’s been seven years and the pain is still very real. Over the course of those years I have come to realize many things that I feel need to be shared with others. 859 more words

Family Lives On reblogged this on The Family Lives On Blog and commented:

14648452546_c60c635d8b_o #GiveGriefWords When I was 17 I lost my dad unexpectedly. It’s been seven years and the pain is still very real. Over the course of those years I have come to realize many things that I feel need to be shared with others. I know there are many other young women who are in my shoes. To our friends, these are the things we want you to know.

1. We’re sorry.

We are sorry for being quiet every time you talk about your dad to us. We don’t mean to sound uninterested or make you feel that your happiness is unimportant to us. It’s just that when you talk about moments with your dad, it takes us back to moments with ours. Moments we wish we could relive and share with you, too. We don’t get quiet on purpose; it kind of just happens. It’s our mind’s way of protecting us from bursting out in tears.  To read the entire post, click HERE.