A dad is the guy who just threw a 1 year old into the ceiling fan lifting him up to the ceiling.
A dad is the guy trying to put together a tent at a campout and he can’t figure out the support pieces.
A dad is the guy with six fish hook pricks in ten minutes baiting hooks for everyone else.
A dad is the guy in suit and tie under the car on a muddy road changing the tire.
A dad is the guy staring at his phone worrying when his 16 year old daughter is out on a date. But, he tries to pretend he’s waiting for a call from work.
A dad is the guy on the roof retrieving a whiffle ball hit wild.
A dad is the guy on the bicycle looking really awkward riding alongside his speedy son.
A dad is the loudest voice on the sideline of the soccer field.
A dad, well he’s just a dad. You know.
Dad’s a protector in a storm.
Dad’s a provider in a drought.
Dad’s the man.
Dad’s close when danger lurks.
Dad’s far when I need space.
Dad’s got second sense on where to be when.
Dad’s a rescuer.
Dad’s expecting I live up to a higher standard.
Dad’s a never give up guy.
Dad’s my Dad.