Photo
Aug
6
2014

Teach her the lost art of homemade pizza assembly. Make one for the family and a smaller one that’s just for her.(photo: jodimama)

Teach her the lost art of homemade pizza assembly. Make one for the family and a smaller one that’s just for her.



(photo: jodimama)

Photo
Aug
4
2014

Pick a clear night, go outside, and lie on the ground together. Show her the Big Dipper, wish upon a star, and let her know that dreams can come true.
(photo: StarHuntingTrysil)

Pick a clear night, go outside, and lie on the ground together. Show her the Big Dipper, wish upon a star, and let her know that dreams can come true.



(photo: StarHuntingTrysil)

Photo
Jul
28
2014

Read to her. Often. According to some studies, girls with fathers who regularly read to them typically show greater verbal skills and academic prowess later in life.(photo: Jemma Roe)

Read to her. Often. According to some studies, girls with fathers who regularly read to them typically show greater verbal skills and academic prowess later in life.



(photo: Jemma Roe)

Photo
Jul
26
2014

Surprise her by saying yes to something you’d normally say no to. Chocolate cake for breakfast, perhaps?(photo: RGonzalezPHOTOGRAPHY)

Surprise her by saying yes to something you’d normally say no to. Chocolate cake for breakfast, perhaps?



(photo: RGonzalezPHOTOGRAPHY)

Photo
Jul
24
2014


"A true father is always there. He is there to spill tears of happiness when his eyes fall upon his infant daughter. He is there with arms to catch her when she takes her first steps or stumbles. He is there to teach her at the youngest age, even though she might not understand half of it. He is there to help her color inside the lines, make her grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup, and tie her shoes. He is there to hug her and kiss her on her first days of school, and to walk her in if need be. He is there to teach her and tease her and laugh with her. He is always there to embarrass her, but that’s part of life. He is there to tell her to go ask her mother, when her mother told her to ask him. He is there to lecture her, prepare her for the monster called high school. He is there to put up with her teenage moods and her co-ed relationships. He is there to approve, disapprove, accept and forgive. He is there to give her a big bundle of flowers when she graduates, to smile when her name is called and feel proud. He is there to embrace her and kiss her before she goes to live and learn a thousand miles away. He is there to see her become a working woman, to walk her down the aisle (or not, if her independence and stubbornness prevail after all). He is there to watch her grow as the lines on his face grow. He is there to welcome her home, always, and let her hug him and smell the smell she remembers from childhood, the warm, protecting, comforting smell of dad. But most of all, he is always there to love her. And she is always there to love him back."
 -Katie Schmarr



"A true father is always there. He is there to spill tears of happiness when his eyes fall upon his infant daughter. He is there with arms to catch her when she takes her first steps or stumbles. He is there to teach her at the youngest age, even though she might not understand half of it. He is there to help her color inside the lines, make her grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup, and tie her shoes. He is there to hug her and kiss her on her first days of school, and to walk her in if need be. He is there to teach her and tease her and laugh with her. He is always there to embarrass her, but that’s part of life. He is there to tell her to go ask her mother, when her mother told her to ask him. He is there to lecture her, prepare her for the monster called high school. He is there to put up with her teenage moods and her co-ed relationships. He is there to approve, disapprove, accept and forgive. He is there to give her a big bundle of flowers when she graduates, to smile when her name is called and feel proud. He is there to embrace her and kiss her before she goes to live and learn a thousand miles away. He is there to see her become a working woman, to walk her down the aisle (or not, if her independence and stubbornness prevail after all). He is there to watch her grow as the lines on his face grow. He is there to welcome her home, always, and let her hug him and smell the smell she remembers from childhood, the warm, protecting, comforting smell of dad. But most of all, he is always there to love her. And she is always there to love him back."



-Katie Schmarr

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