Your Oma used to call Opa “Daddy Fix-it” when she needed him to work on something or make something for me. My Dad made swing sets, train stations and science fair devices for me.
Your dad is also a Daddy Fix-it. He even calls himself the Problem Solver here, here and here. He makes things like painted wood floors, picture ledges, a desk and art. He loves teaching you all about how things are made, and I’m sure the two of you will build a treehouse if you bat your eyelashes enough.
It is Father’s Day again and this is your first (last year we were waiting for you). We got daddy a fun gift that incorporates his favorite things: wood and tigers. He’s doing an amazing job- waking you up every morning, taking you school, playing with you on the floor, reading books and talking to you.
You continue to grow and wow us each day. A new tooth, swim classes, smiles, giggles and longer nights are all signs you are flourishing.
I love you and Daddy so much,