I see a lot of posts through out the days of man haters, talks of deadbeat dads, complaints of being a single parent. I get it... I've been there, but I want to take this chance on father's day to encourage you to open your hearts and minds. Dad's are critical. Research shows this over and over. We aren't all perfect. We don't always make wise choices, we may regret who we chose to have a baby with. Don't punish your child because of this. Adult mistakes are corrected by adults. Children don't need to know what those are. Eating a popsicle at the park has nothing to do with a bad choice made three years ago
Of course I want everyone to be safe, nurtured and respected. If those things are missing then adjustments need to be made.
I'm super fortunate that my husband and son had wonderful roll models and are excellent dads. They have still had struggles. Dan raised someone else's child and she wasn't always fond of that. I've seen Logan discriminated simply for being a single dad!! Open your hearts to ALL dads. You don't need to know their story to treat them with kindness!! Thank you to my dad, Dan's dad, my grandpa for being good dads