Happy Father's Day Daddy!This weekend was lovely, beautiful and gorgeous. Really, all of that rolled into one single, solitary weekend. Oh, and the bonus was celebrating Father's day for Eric and my Dad on Sunday. Eric enjoyed a day of no commitments, no nagging wife and freedom to spend the day as he chose. So, do you want to know what kind of day my husband finds enjoyable? That would be sleeping in, groundhog hunting and hanging out with his kids. What a day!
Sunday, June 15, 2008
My parents would be arriving later in the evening and thus beginning their week long stay taking care of our kids while our usual babysitter is vacationing. We've all been looking forward to their visit and they've been eagerly awaiting taking on the challenging role of full-time grandparents/ caregivers for the week.
Anyway, to my dear husband and my babies' daddy; I don't say it nearly enough and sometimes don't even show it, but I do think that you are an awesome dad and your love for our kids is beyond compare. I've seen you change and grow in affection and commitment and admire your effort to work with me as my partner in parenting and as my husband. You've supported me as we've learned together and shared an immeasurable amount of love for our little family of four. Many times I find myself just dreaming about our future together and feel the excitement of so many great experiences I am looking forward to sharing. Not a day goes by that my heart doesn't feel complete with you, Elaina and Lincoln to share my love with. I couldn't have found a better partner to share my life, children, and future with. I love you today and always. Happy Father's Day!
And to my wonderful Dad, I'm so glad you're here to spend the week with us! Thank you for all of the times you've made sacrifices for our family and for your years of hard work to make our lives comfortable. I appreciate you throughout the year and would love to share much more of our daily lives and your grandchildren... if only you lived closer. Hmmm!! Happy Father's Day Dad!
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