by Brian Replogle, family leadership specialist (2012) All dads remember the day they found out they were going to be dads, and the day their children were born or adopted (as is my case), and while we all have had different experiences surrounding those momentous events I think most of us can agree they are some of the most amazing memories we have. Equally, we share similar, yet different, memories of our fathers and grandfathers bestowing the “rightsof manhood”, “pull my finger son,” upon us as we grew-up. I personally consider my job as Austin’s father to be the greatest honor and greatest achievement of my existence, and I pray every father shares that sentiment. The unconditional love of a child for their parents is a special treat to us all. My advice for Father’s Day: Enjoy every moment with your children. Life is hard, life is fleeting, but life is amazing when we spend quality time with our children doing things we all can enjoy together. Take a moment t
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