He'll give you a buzz cut if you request it or spike your hair up with gel before church. He'll make sure to get up early enough to get a majority of you ready fifteen minutes early, leaving plenty of time for picture taking before going to sacrament meeting at 9:00 a.m. He'll be okay with warming up a sweet roll for breakfast that was made the night before because at least it isn't cold cereal on his special day. He'll change his tie when he realizes you gave him a new purple one. He'll let you play his new Wii game after church ('cause who was that gift really for anyway?) and he'll also allow everyone else to eat more Granny B.cookies than him ('cause who was that gift really for anyway?).
He'll watch you with excitement as you sing with the rest of the Primary, "I'm so glad when Daddy comes home!" He might even smile in agreement as you follow up by singing, "My Dad's the nicest guy of any guy in town!" Well, maybe he won't, but he should, 'cause he is pretty nice. And this is just Father's Day we're talking about! Not to mention all the things he does on every other day of the week. Yep, kiddos. You can tell everyone how great you think your Dad is. They'll likely agree. I know I do!
Happy Father's Day, Jason!
This post was authored by Amber