I know my dad's not perfect, but that doesn't matter to me. He does his best, and that does matter to me.
So, what did I learn from my dad about being a dad?
You have to be consistent.
You can be firm without being domineering.
You can be respectful and respected at the same time.
Yelling isn’t necessary.
Working never hurt anyone.
Family holidays are important.
When it comes to matters of faith, live what you believe.
I am sure there is more to be said about my dad as the months roll by, but for now, off the top of my head, that’s some of what I learned from the best man I know.
What did you learn from your dad?