Sunday, June 17, 2012

On Becoming a Daddy

Bubba has no interest in being a father. His biggest interest is becoming a daddy. At my Oma's house there is a sign that sums up his thoughts and feelings on the topic, "Anyone can be a Father, but it takes someone special to be a Daddy." Bubba actually took a picture of it and saved it to his phone. Every time he see's the sign he smiles, he loves the thought that he can be a daddy. 

Bubba is by far the best daddy I've ever seen. He's always so happy to see Brayden and is full of smiles, hugs, kisses, and TV watching time in your underwear. (Yes, my four month old and husband watch TV in their underwear together). He loves watching little man grow and is so helpful with him when it comes to the things I'd like to get done. 

Bubba hardly puts Brayden down. Since the day he was born it's been a silly fight to get a hold of my baby, because daddy always has is boy. Brayden knows he is loved by his daddy. Daddy is also the only person that can get Brayden to fall asleep at night, and Brayden will only get up with daddy at night, because daddy will snuggle him and get him back to sleep in minutes. If mommy tries, its game over and he's up for the day. 

Nothing in the world beats the smile on baby boys face when he sees his daddy. Bubba, thats how you know you're doing a good job, when you see that big, toothless, tongue-sticking-out smile on your child's face. Thats how you know. 

Bubba, you are a daddy, and a damn good one at that. Happy Fathers Day. Brayden and I love you so much! 

1 comment:

  1. My mom always likes to talk about how my older sister was watching tv, drinking coke and eating potato chips with my dad when she was two years old. :)