Isn't he cute?! Jack was a great model and it only took a 1/2 hour and probably 50 shots to get something useable since Little Man only wants to wiggle around now, kicking his feet at lightning speed and flailing his arms like a drowning man! But he was a good sport as you can see. I did have to turn to YouTube to figure out how to knot a tie and as you can see it's not perfect, but all in all I think we did a pretty good job!
So, happy Father's Day to the best daddy and husband there is!
A hands-on dad who changed diapers in the hospital before I did. Patiently nursed me back to health after an unplanned c-section all while taking the lion's share responsibility for caring for our newborn when I couldn't. Someone who learned about breastfeeding along with me in the hospital and helped me try to succeed; standing over Jack and I, helping to adjust a latch or keeping our days old baby awake and interested in suckling, and researching nursing problems when we encountered them.
A daddy who never complains about giving baths, changing diapers, putting baby to bed, or getting up during the night for a feeding. A husband who has taken
A father who knows how hard it is to care for an infant because he shares in the responsibility and joys alongside me.
A provider who goes out everyday even when I know he's tired or frustrated with work so that he can earn money to take care of the necessities while I stay home and care for our little boy.
Thank you for being the best dad and husband, which encourages me to be a better mother to this precious gift you have given me: our son.
We love you!