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I am a pastor's wife, mother of 4 kids (2 adopted and 3 with special needs), physical therapist, and photography junky. This is where it all comes together for me. Feel free to join along as I process life out loud.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Black and White Wednesday- Why dad is "more better" than mom


the long road


I took these pictures the other night while we were playing at a local park.  I couldn't help but think about how fun Trent is as a dad.  I found a list online called "Why dads are more better than moms" but it wasn't entirely appropriate or repeatable so I decided to make my own.

So here goes...

Trent is more fun because...

1. When mom is out of town, the kids don't have to brush their teeth


2. He is better at the Wii, Atari, computer games, and just about any other form of media you can think of


3. Every meal he cooks contains chocolate chips


4. He can bounce the kids higher on the trampoline


5. If he doesn't know the answer, he can make a good one up which leaves them to still believe that he knows everything.


6. He doesn't see dirt, clutter, clothing on the floor, a raised toilet lid, dirty dishes, or anything else that interferes with fun to be had.


7. Bedtime? What bedtime?

 8. He loves to catch flying children from the stairs, the bed, the side of the pool, and oddly placed pieces of concrete in the middle of the park.

Yep, looks like dad is "more better" than mom around here too.

4 comments:

Tiffany said...

Dad's have that skill...something special about Dad's. Thanks so much for visiting June Makes Six...I've enjoyed visiting your blog and look forward to visiting again.

Tiffany

Kayce said...

I love that chocolate chips are in all meals!! That's my kinda meal! Sounds and looks like dad has the ticket to lots of smiles! Beautiful captures Ginny!

groovy mama said...

Yep, i will agree, Dads ar just easier then us moms...

Teri said...

I just started looking at your blog. I am taking the photography class with you next week! Can't wait. I love the post on Dad's. How true that is!!!
Teri

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