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1 June 2010 137 Comments

This Father’s Day…Brag About Dad!

One Family will win $500 in BornFree Goodies!


Happy Father’s Day from BornFree! To celebrate this special day we’re inviting you to brag about dad. Tell us what makes the father in your life so special. We’ll choose one family to send $500 worth of BornFree products to!

Enter by commenting on the post below with your Father’s Day brag! For bonus entries you can do one or all of the following:

1) Post a photo of the man you’d like to wish a Happy Father’s Day to on our Facebook Fan page http://www.facebook.com/BornFreeBaby

2) Tweet: @newbornfree I entered the BornFree Brag About Dad Contest. Win $500 of BornFree products! http://wp.me/pPUrm-lK

3) Click “Like” and share this with your Facebook friends

Leave a separate comment for each way you entered!

Our winner is Ashley Zacharia with the email address ash*********@hotmail.com. Thank you for entering!

137 Comments »

  • Michelle said:

    I “liked” this!

  • Michelle said:

    I posted a picture of the man I want to wish a Happy Father’s Day to on the Born Free Facebook page.

  • Michelle said:

    My husband is such a great father. Since my daughter was born, he has done the majority of night feedings (with Born Free products), he loves playing with her and making her laugh, and he is so good at comforting her when she is upset. He is the best dad I could want for my daughter!

  • Jessica Allen said:

    I added a pic of my great hubby to your FB page! He is SO amazing! :) I hope we win!!!

  • Jessica Allen said:

    I tweeted about this giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/CohensMommy

  • Jessica Allen said:

    I ‘liked’ this giveaway!

  • Patsy J Lander said:

    My husband of 40 years has been the most amazing Dad I have ever known. His love for his children truly knows no bounds! He always pitched in and helped with not only their projects, but now his grandson’s projects. He puts forth his best for his children while NEVER taking a thing for himself. He has wiped as many noses and changed just as many diapers as I have. He celebrates each child every day, never failing to tell them how special they are and how much he loves them. He works so hard and gives them everything they need and a great deal of what they want. At age 60, with a cancer scare under his belt, he has spent the last 2 months after his regular workday, helping our son remodel his home in anticipation of his own son, due in September. I know heaven holds a special place for him, but for know he holds the most honored place in our children and grandchildren’s lives.

  • Patsy J Lander said:

    I posted this give-away on my facebook page!

  • Cortney Palmatier said:

    I “liked” and shared on facebook!

  • Sabrina McKinley said:

    My husband is the best daddy ever!! No words can describe how much of a great dad he is! Hardworking, family man! I am truly blessed to have a man in my life like him to help me raise our children!

  • Jill V said:

    I would love to wish my husband a happy fathers day.

  • Jessica said:

    My husband and I tried for six years to have a baby. We finally realized that it was out of our hands. A year later I was stunned to learn we were having a baby. As soon as we found out we were having a girl, my husband wanted to name her Ruby. He painted her room, researched car seats, cribs, and the normal dad things. We were thrilled. When Ruby was born, she was beautiful. I had many complications. So Ruby spent her first week at home with dad, without me. Steven brought Ruby to visit me at the hospital every day. He told me all about her diapers, sleeping, and eating (born free is what he chose for her, as I couldn’t breastfeed as planned). He still insists on feeding her whenever he is home. He claims that I “get to” feed, change, and play with Ruby all day when he is at work. I love how Steven makes up endless songs containing Ruby’s name, and loves bath tub tea parties. Watching his love for our daughter makes me love him more than I knew possible. I know his first Father’s day will be so special because he wanted nothing more in the world than to be a dad. He is the best dad I’ve ever known.

  • Cortney Palmatier said:

    Posted a photo!
    happy fathers Day hero!!

  • Michelle said:

    No words can describe how wonderful My husband is. The fact that I chose him to be the father of my child sais it all!!! Thanks for being such a wonderful husband and dad – Happy Daddys Day and keep up the great work, darling! :)

  • Bonnie Halle said:

    My husband is definitely the best father imaginable. He is an Air Force Special Ops Pilot and is deployed for much of the year, but when he is home, he dedicates his entire self to our two sons. On May 26th of 2010, I went into labor early and my husband drove me 106 miles to the nearest hospital that would allow me to have a VBAC. Because my second son was born prematurely, my husband and I have been staying at the Ronald McDonald House and visiting my NICU baby every four hours. My husband helps me pump, bottle feeds our new baby, takes care of our toddler, and takes care of me. He never once says it’s too much; he is always working tirelessly for his family. My husband Chris is the best role model that my two boys could have and I ams o proud of him and am thankful every day that I married a great man, great father, and loving husband.

  • Katy said:

    I liked!

  • Cortney Palmatier said:

    My kids have the BEST dad ever! He loves his kids so much. He does the most fun things with them like tells not so funny jokes to make them laugh. Watching him with his kids makes my heart melt and I hope they realize how lucky they are to have him as their dad!
    I was a single mother and 9 months pregnant with my second child when we met. He took me out on a date the night before my delivery, came to see me in the hospital every day and even took care of me and the baby after I came home. He has taken my kids in like they are his own-we have married and since had 2 more cuties!!!

  • Katy said:

    I also shared!! :)

  • Michelle said:

    Ok, so I just read Jessicas comment and I must say that a husband who is this supportive not only about trying to have children for so long but also after the child is born to be a hands on dad the way he is receives a happy daddy day from me too, not just from his wife!!! I never won a thing in my life and it will be great to win but i truly will be happy for you guys if you win as well. (even tho my husband is the bestest dad ever). good luck and enjoy your bundle of joy :)

  • Mel1010 said:

    My husband is a great father. He loves to play with Ethan and read to him. He steps up when I need a break and brings a smiles to Ethans face every time he walks into the room

  • Mel1010 said:

    I liked on facebook

  • Mel1010 said:

    I posted a pic on facebook bornfree page

  • Wendy said:

    I tweeted–nwkent25

  • Wendy said:

    I posted a pic on your fb page!

  • Joyce Purcell said:

    My husband is such a wonderful Dad and Man, period. He works 60+ hours every week while still taking a full load of college classes in hopes of bettering our lives one day with a better paying job. He still manages to come home and give me a much needed break from taking care of my son all day. My husband finds it in his heart to do the nicest things for me just when I start to forget that I am a wife and not just a mother. When our son was born he was in the NICU and my husband, Dan, was so conflicted about who he needed to be with me more, me or our new baby. He stayed every night with me in my hospital room and only went home to shower. I am so grateful to him for making me feel safe, secure and most of all loved. I am so glad that he is in my life and I love him with all of my heart.

  • Joyce Purcell said:

    I shared.

  • Melissa said:

    Despite his long work shifts my husband comes home and gives me a break. He washes dishes, cooks meals, and watches our three older children (7,5 and 3)and still has time to bottle feed baby, burp, change and play with her. He just has a big heart and tries to help where ever he can.

  • Melissa said:

    I forgot to mention he is also taking classes to become a first responder in order to eventually become a paramedic. He is the kind of guy who come to the aid of anyone who needs help.

  • Melissa said:

    While he is currently supportive of my role as a mother to our children he is also supportive in helping me as an individual and as a person suffering from Multiple Sclerosis.

  • Melissa said:

    One final thing I have to say, If you are reading this, Joel, I have to say thank-you Joel for the wonderful things to do for me, your support and love. I am so glad that you back me up and you give me the benifit. You are the best partner in life I could have. I want to tell you how greatful I am for you and want to wish you a happy fathers day and hope you have many more!

  • Carlee said:

    I feel like it’s worth mentioning that my husband not only washes the parts to my breast pump- he also knows how to assemble them! We both work full-time and he is so helpful and understanding. Aside from those things, he is of course as wonderful a father as I could ever want for our daughter. He makes up songs for her, gets down on the floor to play, and explains EVERYTHING to her!

    I also shared and posted his picture on BF’s FB site.

  • Leanne MacGregor said:

    My husband is the most amazing father. We wanted to have our children close together but when we found our we were having twins our second pregnancy he jumped into action. He was the main parent to our oldest while I handled the twins. He worked so hard and is so loving to all of us. I am so proud of the father he is!

  • Leanne said:

    I tweeted about the contest

  • Leanne said:

    I “liked” this on facebook.

  • Brittany said:

    I shared this with all of my friends.

  • Brittany said:

    I also posted a picture of my daughter Ryley and her Grandfather on facebook :)

  • Brittany said:

    I liked this on facebook :)

  • annagracesmomma said:

    i liked this

  • annagracesmomma said:

    i shared on facebook

  • annagracesmomma said:

    I posted a picture of the man I want to wish a Happy Father’s Day to on the Born Free Facebook page.

  • annagracesmomma said:

    My fiance Zach is the best dad. right from the start he told everyone he was having a daughter, even when we didn’t know yet! When we finally found out he was exstatic. He hand painted grass around the bottom of her nursery. it took him a week but he didn’t care because he wanted it to be perfect. throughout my whole pregnancy he waited on me hand and foot, everyday he asked me if i was okay. when i ended up getting preeclampsia, he was so scared about losing me or the baby or both that he barely let me move. When our baby girl ended up coming early he never left my side and i was hospitalized for a week. He was so strong for me throughout labor, he caught her and cut the cord. From then on they were inseperable. He calls when he leaves her for ten minutes, an hour, no matter what. They are each others favorite people, the first person she looks for in the morning is daddy, and he can make her laugh even if she is crying or cranky. I could not have asked for a better man to father my child, i wish i could put into words the special relationship that they have, but i just can’t. whether it’s middle of the night feeding, crying cranky baby, or anything at all he is the first one to say don’t worry i’ll get her.

  • Cherie said:

    My husband is a wonderful father who overcame an unstructured childhood. We met in 2004 when he had two small boys from his previous marriage. He allowed me into his life to raise his two beautiful boys as our own. Six years and three miscarriages later we finally have added a daughter to our family.

    My husband has been a great role model to our children to instill values and discipline which they will need to become responsible young adults. He is stern but sweet, loving but relentless, worrisome but not paranoid, kind but not gullible, a great leader but imperfect, and is determined to make their future better than his own.

    From all of his children, Nevin, A/K/A “Chunk”, Josan, A/K/A, “Bubbas” and Juliana, A/K/A “Jewels” and his loyal wife and best friend Cherie, A/K/A “Momma” we nominate Jeremy, A/K/A “Big Jerm” as the greatest dad.

  • Cherie said:

    I liked.

  • Cherie said:

    I posted a photo on facebook.

  • Brie said:

    My husband and I got pregnant with our first child on our honeymoon. Immediately after finding out I was pregnant, I wasn’t “allowed” to do anything around the house anymore. He would go to work for 12 hours a day and then come home and do all of the laundry, the cooking and the cleaning and still find time to be the man of my dreams. The night after our son was born, my husband stayed up with him all night long singing him every single song that he could think of, even if that meant making up words, just so I could get some sleep. My husband is still working 12 hour days, but when he gets home to our rambunctious 14 month old son, he still gets down on the floor and wrestles and tickles and sings silly songs. My son definitely seems to love my husband more than me! Now my husband is looking forward to being the daddy of a little girl due in October! He is such an incredible man and father. All of this with crippling arthritis in his feet, and he never complains at all. I love him with all of my heart and I am so glad that he is the father of my children.

  • Brie said:

    Shared photo of Kevin and Sullivan on Facebook.

  • Anna Lisa said:

    My husband is such an amazing father. He had no previous experience with children but as soon as Cohen was born his paternal instincts instantly kicked in. I often questioned how single parents do it when my Cohen was a newborn. My husband Jason shared the duties with me, and I always felt like I had an equal partner. Now that Cohen is 10 months old, things are easier, but it’s still so nice to know as soon as Jason gets home from work, he will instantly pick up Cohen and give me a much needed break. I don’t know what I would do without such a self-less, caring, helpful husband and father. (I also posted a photo on your fb fanpage.)

  • Katy said:

    I tweeted :)
    http://twitter.com/jkgalloway

  • Katy said:

    My husband Jason and the father of our 4 month old daughter is the greatest man and husband in my eyes! He does everything for us and enjoys every minute. He not only takes part in every aspect of our babies life including feedings, changing diapers, doctors appointments including shots, and of course washing those many pump parts, bottles, and of course helping to calm her even with the bad colic she has etc..
    He does not complain and has open arms waiting for what life has to offer. He makes my day and our babies so delightful I’m so proud of him. I really couldn’t ask more of one man! Happy Father’s Day to my husband and all Dad’s that care as much as mine you deserve it!! :)

  • Katy said:

    I shared a photo on Facebook!

  • Jessica E said:

    My husband is such an amazing father. He works 60 to 75 hours a week to make sure we are all taken care of. His needs and wants always come last. Even after working 15 hour days he comes home and has his daddy time with the boys. I am truly one lucky girl to have such an amazing husband.

  • Jessica E said:

    I liked on facebook

  • Jessica E said:

    I uploaded a photo of my husband and boys to the born free facebook

  • Jessica E said:

    I tweeted on my twitter (JELlis30 is my twitter name)

  • Tracy Martinez said:

    My husband Lance is a really great Father. He works 50 to 60 hours a week, but when he’s home he always has time to spend with our 4 year old son and our 1 year old daughter. The other day our son had his first field trip and my husband asked for the day off and went with us. He was the only Father there for our Sons class. God has blessed me and my kiddos with a really great Daddy!

  • Tracy Martinez said:

    Oh, I posted a picture, commented and liked. =)

  • angela tuttle said:

    i shared

  • angela tuttle said:

    i tweeted

  • angela tuttle said:

    i posted a picture

  • angela tuttle said:

    My husband is an amazing father to our two children, he works hard every day, rain or shine, allowing me to be a stay at home mom and student! Our children light up with excitment when he walk threw the door. When out daughter was six months old she said “i love dada”, after he said he loved her. He is a play companion to our son and source of endless giggles to our daughter. i could not have asked for a better father for my children.

  • Melissa Storkson said:

    I tweeted it!

  • Melissa Storkson said:

    I “liked” it!

  • Melissa Storkson said:

    I uploaded a photo to the facebook page!

  • Heather said:

    I posted a picture of my husband and my son Ryder on facebook.

  • Heather said:

    I “like” this!

  • Heather said:

    My husband is an awesome father to our 3 boys. He’s very dedicated to our family and loves our boys more than anything. He always puts the kids needs before his own. He works 55ish hours a week. Whenever he comes home, he smiles from ear to ear when he sees the boys.

    What I LOVE is that he willingly changes stinky cloth diapers. He even knows how to wash them!

  • Heather said:

    I tweeted

  • Kristy said:

    I liked this!

  • Kristy said:

    I also posted a photo!

  • Kristy said:

    My husband is great, takes care of our little Noah fully when he is home to give me some time off. Also, he gets up with him at night, even though I am a stay at home mom. I am pretty spoiled!

  • Cynthia Rieber said:

    My husband, Don, is the best daddy. Our daughter, Paula, was born preemie and it was soon discovered she was born with a congenital heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot. Don never left the hospital or Paula’s bedside other than to eat & shower. He got to hold her first and even fed her before I did. Due to complications from severe pre-eclampsia I was unable to see her for a day and a half after she was born. Daddy spent every minute he could with her so she wasn’t alone. When Paula was 3 months old we had to travel 3 1/2 hours from home so she could undergo life saving Open Heart Surgery. Again he never left her bedside and was a great support to me. Paula is now 6 months old and she is doing very well. Her & daddy have a very special bond! Her first word was “hi” and she was talking to her daddy when she said it! I hope that they always have a wonderful relationship!

  • Cynthia Rieber said:

    I posted a picture on facebook.

  • Cynthia Rieber said:

    I tweeted this!

  • Cynthia Rieber said:

    I like this!

  • Rachel said:

    My husband is younger than me, and for some that might have been a concern, especially considering I came into the relationship locked and loaded with a six year old. For him, it just came naturally. He stepped into the role of a caring friend, and then a father, with ease. Moments before the birth of our son I witnessed a transformation in him, a look in his eyes and a tremble in his voice that didn’t exist previously. He was overwhelmingly, 100%, over the top in love with me and with our family. He thinks of us first every time, and loves us with his whole being. I will be forever grateful to have found him.

  • Rachel said:

    I liked this!

  • Rachel said:

    I posted my picture!

  • Rachel said:

    tweeeeeeeeted!

  • Courtney said:

    I liked this post!

  • Courtney said:

    I posted my husband’s picture on your facebook page!

  • Courtney said:

    My husband is such a wonderful father – I am so looking forward to spoiling him on his first Father’s Day this month! Our son was born in March, and though I may be biased, I think my husband is the best daddy ever! He loves spending time with our son…taking him on walks in the Baby Bjorn, reading to him, showing him the fun of riding on the train. And this is all in the first 3 months! Before our son was born, all I heard was “I can’t wait to be a Daddy!”…and now he is, and such a good one too! My son and I are both lucky to have him in our lives.

  • Abbie said:

    My husband is such a great father. He stays at home with our daughter and has such patience with her. He takes her for long walks, stopping to show her ants, dandelions, and other new to her things. She has learned so much from him. Her wonderfully happy personality is a testament to his caring, gentle personality.

  • Abbie said:

    I liked this giveaway.

  • Charlotte said:

    I liked and shared on Facebook.

  • Charlotte said:

    My husband is a wonderful father to our two sons and I just love watching him interacting with them, especially in those tender, sweet father-son moments that he often doesn’t realize that I notice. He works very hard and very long shifts at his job and even still, he comes home happy and so very excited to see his boys! I’m amazed at how patient he is with them and how much he wants to see them and spend time with them each and every day after working 12 plus hours, it’s so refreshing and melts my heart when he walks in the door with a huge smile and open arms to hug his boys! I am able to stay home with our sons because of my husband’s hard work and he’s done everything in his power to provide the most and the best that he can for his family. He is truly so caring and giving and I cannot be more blessed to have such a wonderful husband and father to our children!

  • Charlotte said:

    I tweeted about this giveaway.
    http://www.twitter.com/houseofbrodt

  • DesignHER Momma said:

    I just had my 3rd baby a few months ago. For the first time ever, I’m suffering for Postpartum Depression. My husband has stepped up in the husband and fatherhood area like I couldn’t ever dreamed. He is our rock.

  • DesignHER Momma said:

    uploaded a picture!

  • DesignHER Momma said:

    I liked. I like a lot.

  • Jen said:

    My husband is an amazing person and even more amazing dad. My girls absolutely LOVE and adore him, and wouldn’t have any fun if he wasn’t around! He is constantly able to turn a bad situation into a great one, and put a smile on their faces at anytime. He travels alot for work August through April, and my oldest daughter misses him immensely while he is gone. He is honest, fun loving, and loves his family unconditionally. When times get tough, he is always stepping up to help make ends meet. I love him more than anything-

  • MEGAN FRENCH said:

    I “liked” this!

  • MEGAN FRENCH said:

    My husband is the best Daddy to our son. I knew he would be a great Dad, but he is even better than I could have imagined. He can make Casey laugh hysterically like no one else! He is so proud of his son, and will just stare at him while he sleeps…and ask how we created something so perfect. I love him and my son more every single day.

  • Sheila @Momfessions said:

    He licks peanut butter off his fingers after making the kids’ PB&Js. He shuffles to the kitchen at 2am when our sick one asks “Please Daddy” for more juice. He gives endless piggy and horsey back rides. He’s watched more Elmo and Dora movies than a grown man should have to endure in a lifetime. He can get a car seat strapped in the car in two minutes flat. He’s glued many a toy, headband, play-thing back together with a smile. He always lets them have bubbles in their bath, and never forgets to kiss them goodnight. He’ll never turn down an offer for help on a house project, even if the pint-sized helper is more of a hindrance than anything else. He’s always ready to read a story with four glimmering eyes looking on. He’s the daddy. He’s the best daddy in the world and I’m blessed to call him husband.

  • Sheila @Momfessions said:

    I tweeted about the giveaway (@momfessions)

  • Sheila @Momfessions said:

    I “liked” this on Facebook :)

  • Yosellice Austin said:

    My husband is the best dad and husband in the world…He takes care of children and steps up anytime needed..but what I love is that even before my babies were born he has always read to them..and not just any book but he always reads the bible to them…my five year old now knows so much about the bible…and he loves to read with dad…thank you hunny you are great

  • Yosellice Austin said:

    I shared on Facebook

  • Myha Nguyen said:

    My husband is not only my soul mate, but my best friend. Although he manages a store full-time for a corporate company, he dedicates his life to me and our children. He’s not one of those husbands that won’t touch a poo-poo diaper. He is very domestic and does most of the laundry and cooking. He bathes the children and helps me with work and school. We make an excellent team and we balance work with parenthood. Also, I have a wonderful network of friends, moms, and colleagues to always lend a helping hand when needed. Ultimately, though, my husband and I trust our lives to the hands of God. He is our Supreme Guidance and the threshold to our marriage; and it is in this partnership, we are enabled to do great things.

  • Myha Nguyen said:

    I liked this on Facebook!

  • Myha Nguyen said:

    I posted my husband’s picture on BORN FREE’s FB page!

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  • justine said:

    posted a pic.

  • justine said:

    “like”ed this

  • Amanda Cruz said:

    Our four children are my husband’s life. They have brought such joy into it. Our children look a lot like him, and act like him too. He is an amazing father and I see such pride and happiness in his eyes when they give him hugs and kisses, when they call for him. Especially when they run to him and throw their arms around his neck. He has sacrificed a lot for our children and me. Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a Daddy. Marcos is truly a Daddy!

  • Amanda Cruz said:

    I liked this on FB!

  • K. O'Connell said:

    My husband is special because he really shows that he loves the mother of our son (me!).

  • K. O'Connell said:

    I “liked”

  • K. O'Connell said:

    I posted a photo!

  • K. O'Connell said:

    I posted on Twitter

  • Jen N said:

    My husband has been a wonderfull daddy from the start. Our first was an easy baby but our second has been more of a challenge. He’s been wonderful about being there for doctors appointments and learning about meds and treatments. I don’t think I could have done this without him!

  • Jen N said:

    I “liked”.

  • Ashley Zacharia said:

    My husband became an amazing father the minute we found out I was pregnant. I had hyperemesis and was useless for 9 months. He did everything and anything he could to make my pregnancy bearable and to keep me positive and excited about our new family. He had an elaborate system of buckets in our house and car set up for me to vomit in and was … See Morealways happy to clean up after me. In one day he cleaned out two buckets and a large mess on the floor only to turn around and watch our dog puke all over our living room rug. Despite it all he was already happy and couldn’t wait to be a dad. Now that our son is here I am feeling wonderful, exhausted, but wondeful! Of course, my husband continues to be amazing. He does everything he can for his family- work, dishes, laundry, walking the dogs, cooking and feeding the baby (with a BornFree bottle, of course) in the middle of the night. Above all, he keeps me sane. He always take the time to make sure I am happy and relaxed. What better thing can a father do for his kids than create a happy, loving home with a happy mom!?

  • Ashley Zacharia said:

    I posted a very cute pic of my husband and son taking a nap :)

  • Leslie Flores said:

    I liked this blog

  • Leslie Flores said:

    Here is my fathers day post. I have been married to my husband for 6 months but we have been together for 2 years. we had tried to get pregnant for the longest time and decided since it wasn’t working that we would just hold off wile planning the wedding. well not long after that we got a suprise. The look on his face when he saw the test was priceless. We are due in 7 weeks and he is the best daddyt already. he talks to Baby Alex everyday through my belly. He even took one of the bedrooms in our home and tore it down to the studs so he could rebuild it for the baby. he has a 5 year old daughter and was so excited to find out he was having a son, i have a 9 year old son and he is the closest thing to a daddy the he has ever had. He is great with him. The respect each other and do man stuff together. LOL

  • Elizabeth Keller said:

    Just posted our little man’s first swim. Daddy took him out and was so wonderful with him! I can’t wait to see them swim together every summer. He’s a even more amzaing father than I though he’d be! Changes diapers without griping, wakes up in the middle of night to put baby back to sleep, and so very loving. Makes me tear up just writing about them!

  • Elizabeth Keller said:

    Tweet! @BabyAndMommy

  • Elizabeth Keller said:

    I “like” this!

  • Keri Urquhart said:

    I Liked this, and posted a pic of my hubby with our daughter on the fan page.

    My Brag:

    My husband stays home with my daughter so I can work, and complete my masters degree… which has been a goal of mine for a long time. He is wonderful with her!! and so supportive of me!!

  • Charice Adams said:

    Unfortunately, my husband is not home as often as I would like, but when he is home, he makes the most of it with my children and I. Whenever he has a task around the house to do, he takes my 3 year old to help him and makes a learning experience. He is not afraid to show them affection with snuggles and kisses and endless “I Love You’s”. He rarely complains about changing the babies diaper, or feeding him, and I do not have to ask for him to get up with one of them in the middle of the night. His schedule is very hectic in the army and when he is home, we all just want to be with him and share in his love. He is my sons hero and my best friend.

  • Charice Adams said:

    I liked this

  • michele rudoy said:

    My husband and I have 5.5 month old b/g twins. After 2 miscarriages, 3 fertility treatments and a full-term twin pregnancy, it’s not surprising that I fell out of shape. So, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning I go to the gym to train for a half-marathon while my husband stays at home, gets both kids up, feeds them, cleans them and dresses them. He also plays with them and reads a few books. I can see he cherishes his daddy alone time with the babes and it’s wonderful! He loves the babies so much and he is so supportive of me -I am very lucky!

  • Ethel said:

    My husband is great dad. He loves his daughters. No matter how tired he is from work he takes the time to play with them. He gives them bath, read them stories. He wakes up in the middle of the night when they cry even if he is working the next day. He doesn’t mind watching my kids shows, in fact he sings along and dance with them. He even cooks and does laundry! He’s not only a great dad but also a wonderful husband!

  • Ethel said:

    I posted a picture on your wall “Daddy’s Girls”

  • Ethel said:

    I “LIKED” this post

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • amie said:

    My husband is a great father. He had a rough start because he wasnt there for the first childs birth due to deployment. It took awhile after he came home, but he did finally bond with his son. NOw they have a wonderful relationship, and we have since added three more babies to the clan, and he has been able to be there for each ones birth. Despite not being able to reinlist due to medical issues. He has worked hard to give his children (and me his wife) everything we need!

  • amie said:

    i POSTED a picture of my husband with our third son on facebook.

  • amie said:

    i like born free and shared it!

  • Claudia Beal said:

    My dad is a supportive, selfless, giving father. Although he grew up in Bolivia he left there to attend graduate school at Oklahoma State. He left all of his family and friends in order to provide his family the best life possible. He finished school, bought a home and had my twin sister and I all before he was 30. He was always there to coach our soccer teams, help us with anything we needed, put us through college and now is an even more loving grandfather.

  • Jen N said:

    I shared.

  • Jen N said:

    I posted a picture. :)

  • Kellie said:

    My husband is the best step-dad and dad ever. Everytime our 6 month old looks at him he smiles and giggles like crazy. His step daughter just loves him! He would do anything for the both of them!

  • Michelle Bunn said:

    I have been so blessed to be married to my husband for almost 22 years. Over fifteen years ago our lives changed when I hurt my back. What was supposed to be a week of recovery has turned into 15 years of incredible pain. Our lives as we knew it changed that day. With young kids, one with type 1 diabetes, he became mom and dad. He has had to do many things alone. Things we were supposed to do together. Not to mention the hit we took without my income. He never complains. He tells me that I’m beautiful when I know I look horrible and feel even worse. He has been a great dad and now watching him fall in live with our grandson has been so wonderful. He is a terrific father, husband and grandfather. I am so grateful that he has chosen me to love.

  • Michelle Bunn said:

    I liked!

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