Ode To Father’s Day


There are a number of stories for how Fathers Day came about, but the one we like involves a woman named Mrs. John B. Dodd. She was the daughter of a Civil War Veteran who took care of his six children after his wife died while in labor with their sixth child. She wanted to find a way to recognize and celebrate strong selfless men, such as her father; who raised their children and loved them with everything they had. She put her efforts into creating a Father’s Day; and on June 19th, 1910, the first official day was celebrated. Over 100 years later, we are still celebrating.

Father’s Day is not only for the natural male parent, but also for all the wonderful father figures (Uncles, grandfathers, stepfathers, brothers) that have made a difference in a child’s life. To commemorate this day, a thoughtful card is the most popular, followed by letting the man of honor do what ever he wants for the day, which should include lunch, fishing, sailing, horse track, a lap dance, and finally a night cap at a pub crawl. When you finally get dad home safely, tuck him into bed, and don’t forget to leave this thoughtful thank you note under his pillow. We love you dad!


More Father’s Day Love:

Lessons Learned and Advice from Dad
Happy Awkward Fathers Day
Fathers We Admire


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