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Best Part about Being a Dad – From Dads.

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Posted June 20, 2015 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.
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I love polling real-life people on their feelings, and what better time to do that than Father’s Day? Today, I got great feedback from quite a few fathers today, and I am honored to bring you some of their comments.

Dads!! What’s your favorite part about being a dad? What scared/scares you the most about it? What would you tell youngins wanting to get a girl pregnant?

 

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Reg – “That you get to see things thru a child’s eyes one more time is the coolest thing in the world.”

Chris – The best part is watching them grow and learning to do things on their own. I hate it when they’re sick, because I wanna do everything in my power to make my child feel better but all I can do is take them to the doctor and hope it’s nothing serious.

 

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John – “I think everything about being a father is my favorite part. I just love my girls and being with them and around them. The one thing I will miss when they get older is just have them laying on top of me sleeping it’s a peaceful moment.”

“My only fear is not being around to raise via death I’ve never been afraid to die until I had kids I want to be there for them and raise them show them a better way.”

“If a youngin’ doesn’t have his life together I’ll tell him to wait having a kid is a blessing but you gotta have yourself together first before having one.”

 

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Andre – “I have a lot of favorite parts, I love watching them learn n them showing me what they know. Both my sons get super excited about learning something new I love it! I was the same way with my pops. The scariest thing is worrying about them getting hurt , not talking scraping n bruises . Talking getting into a bad fight or a bad accident. I was kinda the same way with my younger brother coming up, its a lil worse with my sons.”

 

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Donald – “No one before has ever depended on you for existence and survival. Not even your wife. That is immense responsibility. The urgency. The immediacy. You can hold them in your hand. And you blink and you need two. And then you blink twice and they are subsisting and motivating on their own. They are faster and smarter than any adult will ever be without the poison of opinion and grey. In their existence it either is or it isn’t and i marvel at that.”

“They force you to be better people and to consider things that were formerly off the table.”

“And you love with no conditions. If you faithful. If you dont get fat. If you have a job. If you do what i say. If i dont outgrow you. Not a single one of those applies to the love you have for a child.” 

“I fall in love daily. I cry at all milestones amd i relish every second. With the understanding that some day she will probably think im the lamest fucking dinosaur ever and my invincibility was a childhood myth. Amd that sometimes Im not a nice person and my choices are not always right. And even after that it would still all be worth it.”

“You probably didn’t ask for all that but such is life.”

 

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Errol: “Favorite part = watching him learn and grow while figuring things out, watching him do this for the first time really touched my heart a man in the making.”

“Scariest part = one day his mother gonna get hit by lighting and I won’t be there to see it, other than that scariest thing is watching him in pain or sick. I [baby] up quick, I almost slapped the doctor when he had to get his shots for the first time. “

 

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Franc – “Id tell men to prepare your self for the beauty and headache of being a father 33% of every dollar you earn should go to your child… Respect and honor the mother no matte what… Throw your pride out the window… Educate yourself …”

 

I’d love to keep this going. Feel free to add your feedback in the comments below. What’s the best part of being a dad?




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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