Last month, we celebrated all the amazing reasons that moms deserve to be pampered. Now it's time to honor dad!
Whether it's your own father or grandfather, your husband or boyfriend, your son who is now a father, or a dad-friend, what is something great that a father you know has done?
Check out some wonderful things that fathers in our lives have done. Then enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card to spend on your favorite dad (or keep it for yourself - we won't tell!)
When my dad was deployed overseas he found out he was able to take a quick trip home for Thanksgiving. He flew 23 hours just to be with us for one day, and then flew 23 hours back. He now lives across the country and if I ever need him, he doesn’t hesitate to drop everything and hop on a plane. - Melissa
My grandfather helped me buy my first car when I was 17 and always changed my oil and helped maintain the car for me. I liked spending that time with him and to a 17-year-old with her first car, it meant a lot to me! - Stephanie
My husband, Drew, has been drawing some cartoons of my daughter Franny occasionally - and posts them on the Instagram page he created for her called frannypancakes. She loves seeing the drawings of herself and it's really sweet for me to remember some of our funny moments with her. - Emily
*One lucky constestant will be chosen at random to receive a $100 Amazon gift card. Giveaway is open through July 7th, 2019 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.
I was not given credit for posting the pic of my dad, even using the above hashtags. My IG account is @sassypencil.
My dad has always been there for me. When my mom died in 97, he stepped up to fill in for her role, too. He is a great provider, kind, loving and generous.
My dad loves me unconditionally and empathizes with my struggles.
Just being able to provide for the whole family!
My Dad has always been there for me, helping me in so many ways!
Coaching a little league baseball team. That takes a lot of planning and patience.
My stepdad, who I refer to as my dad, stepped up to the plate and was the dad I needed. Even though my birth father was in the picture and I saw him every other weekend, he was just not as good as my Dad.
My dad helped me pay for the last year of college and has always been supportive. He's helped me move, been my on call handy man, even doing home remodeling project for me. He's pretty much one of the greatest guys I have ever known.
My dad gave me a great appreciation of the arts.
Always supporting me!
all those memorable road trips . . .
Cherish the small moms they add up to bigger moments as you grow
My husband is a great father. Whatever our kids need, he's always willing to provide. Whether advice, help with their cars, work on their homes, flying t pool stay with grandchildren, or paying for a trip home from China! From braces to college, weddings and beyond, he has sacrificed to support them every way he can. Sometimes we forget just how much he does for all of us! ❤
When my sister's and I were younger, my dad used to be a cab driver (1970's lol) and he would put us in the car with him and put some Earth Wind & Fire in his 8 track and we would ride ride ride🤣❤️
My dad taught me how to fish when I was young, and he was always there to bait the hook for me and take off whatever I caught (so I didn't have to touch it). I loved spending that time with him.
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