What to Write in a Father’s Day Card
As a son and a new father, I can appreciate the importance of thanking and acknowledging the blessings that good dads are in our lives. Just like moms, dads have the potential to be a great influence on their children.
Fathers get one day each year to be thanked for the things they do for their kids every day of the year. One of the traditions of Father’s Day is to buy a greeting card with some kind of stereotypical joke about dads in it. Then you stare at the blank spot where you’re supposed to write something meaningful and end up coming up with nothing.
Dads can be difficult to express thoughts and feelings to, because they may not have been the best with their own expression of feelings toward you. Even though dads these days are better at expressing feelings than our parents’ dads were, we may find it challenging to write in a Father’s Day card. These examples of what to write should help you in your pursuit of a great idea for your dad’s card.