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This upcoming Father’s Day we celebrate dad’s unconditional love. It is when we become mother or father that we understand our parents struggles. But Fatherhood “It’s all worth it“. I’m so happy today to be partnered with Gerber to celebrate that Fatherhood it’s all worth it and our #growingupgerber moments. Our favorite Gerber items are onesies and burp cloths.
Today I asked my lovely husband to share his fatherhood moments.We talk about Motherhood pretty often and sometimes we talk less about fatherhood. They are just important as we are.
“Since I knew was going to be a father, I had mixed feelings. Fear to the big responsibility I was going to face and lots of questions in my mind. How I could be a responsible father? When we got the notice that I was a father of a princess, my mind covered with beautiful thoughts. I was very happy about that because in my family we are all boys. During my wife’s pregnancy I did my best to educate myself and read with her so we could know about what we were facing. The night my daughter was born it was a night full of happiness and challenges. I was part of all that beautiful process. When I received my gorgeous princess in my hands, my eyes flooded with tears of joy.
As soon as I received that sweet angel, I knew what a father’s love is about. During this process of being a father I have learn to give importance to what really matters. To blindly love someone, being up late at night for a good cause and get home early from work to see that sweet smile that always awaits me. Today I can say “It’s all Worth it”. Fatherhood is a responsibility without manual but with instincts. It is worth to be patience while learning to be a great father. Every minute that I am with Maia Sofía as a father to be is like eternity. Every smile, every laugh and every sweet look makes me thinks that Is all worth it to sacrifice every day to give my family the best. I love you eternally lovely daughter.”
We struggle at night and struggle to get chores done. But, at the end everything will be worth it.
Tell me at what moment you knew Parenthood was worth it?