Yesterday, the word of the day was “mother.” And rightfully so, as the one day each year dedicated to loving on, and sharing appreciation for mom, mother, ma, momma, big mama grandma, and so on, was celebrated.
A quick scan of my Facebook news feed was filled with Mother’s Day love and messages. It probably trended on Twitter, dominated pins on Pinterest, and was captured on Instagram. Now it is the day after. Will all that love end? It shouldn’t, and I have a call to dads to keep it going.
Loving on Mom 364 days plus Mother’s Day
Today I share a post Mother’s Day message for dads to continue to actively love on and appreciate the mom’s of our children.
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Making Mother’s Day everyday is the greatest thing you can do for your kids
If you have young children like me, then you probably played a big role in making Mother’s Day special for your kids’ mom. As a matter of fact your role as dad is just big on Mother’s Day, but equally huge the other 364 days each year. The role you play as dad and relate to your kids’ mom, has the greatest impact on your children’s lives. Mom is the beneficiary.
The title of the post is “The Single Greatest Thing a Dad Can Do for His Children.” [Tweet this]
Below is an excerpt of the post.
Once you have children, your life changes. You begin to do things differently in an effort to care for, provide, and guide your children. Of all those things, there is one thing that a father can do that will provide the greatest impact on his children’s lives.
The “Single Greatest Thing A Dad Can Do For His Children” is to love their mother. Plain and simple! No matter your relationship “status“, loving your child’s mom is the greatest thing you can do for them!
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Question: Post Mother’s Day, what is one way you can continue to love the mother of your kids? Moms, you can answer this question to. Please share in the comment section below.