This is number 12 of 25 posts in this series. I hope you are learning new things with this series. Feel free to check out the rest of them by clicking here. The following advice will only work if you put the time and effort into making them work. I hope you are getting positive results by doing what I have listed already.
If this are things that you are already doing then just consider this as a refresher course as being a Dad. But please still read the article because you might learn something new or even can add more in the comment section if you have a better way to explain it.
Moms can do these as well as Dads so don’t be afraid to try Moms.
Advice “Write love notes and leave them for your kids to find”
This can be a fun and exciting activity that you can do with your kids. This will show your kids that you love them and you are willing to take time for them by writing the notes. This will make them feel special. If you get in a down state of mind, by writing these notes will make you happy again. So doing this can boost your health as well. Just remember to write the notes towards their age group when you write them.
Advice “Read a book about fatherhood”
This is an awesome thing to do as a father. There are several books out there that talks about fatherhood as well as blogs. If you are reading my posts on a weekly basis then you are already doing this. The more you read about fatherhood the better you can become as a father and a parent.
Advice “Write a book about fatherhood”
Or in my case a blog about fatherhood. There are several ways to take this statement besides writing a book. You can write a blog, journal, or on a piece of paper stored somewhere. This will help reinforce what you know or make you re-thing how you are doing as a father. You can even learn from yourself. Plus you can get better at writing around.
Advice “Make some snacks for the kids as a surprise”
By now you know that your kids can eat all of the time if you let them. The older they are, the more they eat. This can show them you can help out in the kitchen as well as giving your spouse a break from doing it. You can also choose what your kids eat as a snack. This doesn’t have to be anything fancy either. A snack can be as simple as crackers and cheese or celery and peanut butter. This will impress your kids if they don’t see you in the kitchen helping out with meals.
I hope this series will be a big hit for everyone. Like always if you see something that I posted wrong or if I leave something out then please feel free to leave a comment or email me the information. I want this to be something new or veteran dads can use as well as all of the Moms out there.
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