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What does a Daddy do in our house?

A daddy entertains you.

A daddy makes you laugh.

A daddy loves to play.

A daddy makes you feel better when you are scared.

A daddy makes sure the mommy is happy.

A daddy will always make great popcorn.

A daddy will always forgive you.

A daddy will always do whatever he can do to make you happy.

A daddy will give you great hugs.

A daddy will always be patient.

A daddy will always watch you, over and over, even if its nothing great to watch.

A daddy will always do the dirty work.

A daddy will teach you about Jesus.

A daddy will always watch what you want on TV.

A daddy will always teach you about sports.

A daddy will always help you with your homework.

A daddy will always tickle you.

A daddy will always tell you a beautiful or handsome you are.

A daddy will always be there, to watch your games, practices, or recitals.

A daddy will always walk the dogs.

A daddy will always do the dishes.
A daddy will spend his last $2 on a slushie for you, even if he doesn't get one.

A daddy will always rub your back.

A daddy will always listen.

A daddy will always wish he could spend more time with you.

A daddy will always try to get you to try something today that you didn't try yesterday.

A daddy will never see your faults.

A daddy will always love you. No. Matter. What.

Jordan, Soph, and Avery - you will never know how much your daddy loves being your daddy. Thank you, Jason.....

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