When Cliff and I got married, I told him I didn’t really want kids. We were busy with building our careers and having fun, and no plans for kids were in the horizon.
However, I always knew Cliff would make a great dad. I knew he would be very patient and loving. So I knew if we did have kids, at least they have a 50/50 chance of getting those good genes from Cliff. So 7 years later, Joshua arrived. Life has certainly not been the same ever since.
Cliff never made me feel like raising Joshua was more of my responsibility than his. He has always been keen to change diapers, give baths, read, play with, and do anything goofy to entertain Joshua. When the decision came for him to stay home with Joshua on a full-time basis, he embraced it. Joshua absolutely adores Cliff and loves to be with him!
Happy Father’s Day, babe! You’re an amazing dad! When the kiddos are old enough they will tell you that themselves.
Father’s Day breakfast; asparagus and cheese strata. Joshua actually helped to make this:
Baked oatmeal with bananas and blueberries:
Father’s Day cruise:
Hanging out at home after cruising:
Very heartwarming entry. Thank you so sharing Angela. Btw, you guys make me struggle!!! I miss Vancouver so much.
Jerry, you should come back for a visit then!! :o)
Very heartwarming entry. Thank you so much for sharing, Angela. Btw, you guys make me struggle!!! I miss Vancouver so much.
Thanks, Jerry! We miss you too!