Fathers sometimes don’t live in the house and come around every now and again.When some kids introduce their dads, they say ‘That’s my father.’ My kids say ‘That’s my daddy.’This holiday doesn’t get as much attention and acknowledgment as Mother’s Day.Time always = love and it helps the character of your children to speak and walk in truth.[/quote_box_center] Michael Bivins made some excellent points.A Father can provide all of the child support payments on time and send birthday and Christmas gifts until he’s blue in the face, but it will be the moments when he taught his son how to confront his fear of standing up to bully at school, or the moment he held his little girl’s hand while they took a walk in the park, allowing her to just talk about anything she wanted while he keenly listened to her-indirectly teaching her what qualities she should eventually seek in a man when she becomes a young woman…those will be the type of memories and Daddy bonding moments that they’ll be grateful for the most.If you are a Father who has been in your child’s life, we salute you on this day 100%.Michael has never been married before, nor did he dated anyone.
He was very interested in music and always wanted to be a singer.
Michael tied the knot with Teasha after dating for a while.
The couple was very attracted towards each other and that is when they decided to take their relationship a bit further.
What he’s saying reminds me of that Old School saying “money can’t buy love.” That saying can apply to the concept of being a Daddy also.
A family could have very little money, but be be abundantly rich in love.