My husband is an amazing Father. For the first 2 years of our daughter’s life he was a stay-at-home Dad and a primary caregiver. I would say that in our family ying and yang are somewhat reversed as my husband is the one sewing, crocheting, baking, decorating our house for the holidays and making paper designs with his Slhouette Portrait.
Even though my husband wasn’t the best student in school, he is a true lifelong learner constantly trying new things. He is very organized and usually completes what he started once he overcomes his initial reluctance to start on something big. I think that we are perfectly matched, since I am a “big picture” person and start new projects fairly easily, but sometimes it’s my husband’s job to make me finish what I started.
My husband is a private person and stays away from my blog, that’s why you never see him in my pictures, but I shared several brilliant projects that he did for our Smarty or with her participation:
Smarty is very lucky to have such an involved and talented Dad. They share a very special relationship and she certainly interacts with him differently than she does with me. I want to hope that she will strive for the similar partnership of equals in her future relationships as we enjoy in our marriage and that she will expect to be treated with the same love, attention, and respect as she is treated by the most important man in her childhood – her Dad.