How are you leaving your mark on your family or as a man to your family? For most of us we’ll just be a memory. But, if you join DadPad on this adventure, you’ll have something that will be more than a memory you can leave your family when you are no longer here!
When did you first learn about sex and who told you? Don’t answer that here! This was one of last weeks questions on DadPad’s Leaving Your Legacy project. Want to leave more than a memory to your children? Join us on this project to leave more of ourselves to our family.
What do your children know about you as a kid, what did you do when you were their age? Join us on the journey to leave a legacy of our lives to our children, before we are just a memory. Time to leave a memory that matters.
How well did you know your dad? What did he do when he was a kid? What games did he play? What kind of music did he like? If you’re like me, you probably don’t know those questions or didn’t know them until you started asking him later in life. What do you kids know about you? This is a chance to leave them a lasting legacy of the man you are, past, present and future. Join DadPad in this Legacy leaving challenge.
1st of a 2-part series of how Dads can connect their sons and daughters to themselves and other men and women. Previously I wrote a series of “Dad as…” blog posts. (see the DadPad archives to read them). They were Dad as Coach, Counselor and Consultant. Here’s another—Dad as Connector. Outdoor activities like hunting, fishing […]