After a full summer schedule, we are enjoying family vacation before we head back into the busyness of fall. As I work this week on reconnecting with my children, these videos recently viewed provide good reminders of the importance of being Dad.
Though my children were perhaps not quite so persistent, it's good to remember sweet scenes like this one when they were younger when you are with family.
Often Dad has to be there to save the day, as this compilation shows. Of course, many times what dads are saving their kids from is their own father's antics, as this compilation also shows!
With all of the Olympic moments of glory witnessed these past few weeks, this emotional scene provided by Derek Redmond and his father from the 1992 games remind dads of the importance of being there during painful times.
The son below has a father suffering from Alzheimer's, yet when the father sings it is like he is back for a few minutes. Watching the son's joy as his dad croons gives me hope. Perhaps one day my children, who are pretty regularly asking me NOT to sing around the house, will change their ways (though my kids would quickly add that at least this dad knows the words.).
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