How is that that even though I do all the grunt work, like wiping endless butt, snot and tears, Daddy is the one who gets the true hero status in the kid’s eyes?
Thankfully, Mister H is a bit of alright, otherwise this Daddy Worship business would probs get right up my nose!
In honor of the impending Daddy’s Day this weekend, I hopped on over to Woolworths Baby and Toddler Club to talk up Daddy’s and make a little special brunch to show him that we appreciate him.
I don’t know how it is in your house, but in my house, Daddy is a bit of a hero.
Even though I change a gazillion nappies, wipe endless snotty noses, and kiss grazed knees and bruised elbows aplenty, as soon as Daddy walks in the door, he’s Number One.
Lucky for my hubby, I think he’s pretty cool too, and more often than not I’m so relieved that the reinforcements have arrived that I feel like giving him a hero’s welcome.
My three-year-old son and I have a little game whereby we hear Daddy’s key in the door and my toddler quickly hides. I must admit, he’s not a very sophisticated hide-and-seeker, but in the name of good parenting we never let on that he’s as obvious as an elephant in a phone box.
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Hooking up with the IBOT gang over with the essentially wonderful EssentiallyJess.