Fathers are important members of the family, but there are just things you do not do as a father. Here are the qualities of a good dad in honor of this ear’s Father’s Day.
Able to perform duties of a father after the both of a child.
Able to support the wife even in divorce, including making child support payments to the custodial parent, whether it be a partner or mother.
Obedient to his wife’s requests not to sit in the living room and drink and watch football.
Able to manage a job without hitting his wife.
Able to bring up his children and lead by example.
Able to mentor without complaining.
Able to handle kids with disabilities.
Loving, caring, and responsible for all the other qualities mentioned above.
Able to fix computers and other equipment in the household.
Not a dead beat dad who swears by not paying for his children.
Someone who is there for the woman’s delivery and labor pains.
Someone who won’t bail out even if the kid is disabled. I mentioned he must be able to handle a child with disabilities.
Must sing to the baby when it’s crying. I don’t put up with abuse due to crying.
Must cook in his wife’s place if she’s the one working to support the children.
Must not complain if his wife is disabled. Period.