Once again, for father’s day, I am turning over blog-writing responsibilities to my daughters, or, as I refer to them, the Management Committee.
Go for it, girls!
I’m Eleanor. I am the oldest sister and the sister in charge of writing for my dad today. I have two sisters named Fran and Abigail. I am ten years old. Fran is eight years old. Abigail is five years old.
It is a year later. I’ve learned more about what he does: my dad works with businesses and helps them; he puts together wills for people. He goes to court more now. He did a trial in Colorado. One of our Dad’s jobs at home is to teach us how to be a good person. My sisters and I each came up with 3 things that our father taught us.
I’ll start off with Abigail:
- Clean up the messes we make.
- Have good manners.
- Don’t throw tantrums when you do not get your way.
Next is Fran:
- Helping others get things that they can’t do or reach.
- Ask for things nicely, good manners.
- Help out instead of some one else do the work for you.
Dad taught me to:
- Care for each other and others too.
- Respect everyone because of who they are and what they do.
- Think from the heart and not only the head.
Oh yeah – and cute is fine, but smart is better.
Happy Father’s Day to all not only my Dad! To all the fathers reading this blog; here is some advice from a 10 year old, please teach your kids kindness, respect, and manners so you won’t get any bad news from their teachers. Happy Father’s Day again, bye!