The scariest moment in my life, ever, was the moment I became a dad. When I was a kid, my dad was my hero. He was big, strong, could do anything, knew everything, played with me and my brothers as if he was a kid, would rough house with us, would protect us, would teach us stuff from when he was young, would discipline us (scared the crap out of me), would yell when he was angry and yell even if he was laughing. He taught me how to love, to care, to push, to drive, to be tough, to never stop. And as much as I loved him and knew he loved me, the worst part for me would be disappointing him. All these things made him one of the most powerful and influential people in my life. Pretty heavy right? Well, all I saw when my daughter was born was "how the F*CK am I supposed to do all that?!?" The shoes I had to fill were gigantic. I modeled what I could from my dad. Sometimes it worked. Sometimes it didn't. But what my dad gave me was the power and drive to do the right things and the best things I could for my kids. It might not look pretty. It might not even be a very popular action, but there was a drive to it. As Fathers, it's our job to love our kids, protect our kids, to provide for our kids, but also to prepare our kids. My dad taught me so many things when I was young so that I would be able to make it as a human when I grew up. This is also the job I do for my kids. Of course, I love them and do everything I can for them, but I need to prepare them to make it as they grow up. I'm not saying everything will be perfect but I will do what's necessary so that when they are on their own, they are safe and able to take on the world and do the great things they are supposed to do. Thank you, Dad, for everything you have done for me, for making me the man I am and I hope I'm making you proud. I love you. Happy Fathers Day!:)
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