My dad just turned 80 and we had a big party to celebrate in NJ (which is why I'm writing this from my plane heading home). It was a beautiful party and my dad is in great shape for his age, but I still can't believe he's not the young guy I remember from my childhood wearing tennis clothes, driving a Datsun, and sporting a big a mustache. Time has gone so fast.
This is why I believe so strongly in milestones and celebrations, even little one. It's a way to stop and enjoy the people you love, before life moves on.
Thinking of throwing an easy Father's Day party on a budget but don't know how? Laura Aguirre from Laura's Little Party is here with some great and inexpensive party tips for throwing a Father's Day mustache bash.
My husband is definitely a superhero. Sure he's strong, handsome, brave, smart, and can fix anything, but that's not why he's a superhero.
When my daughter was two, my husband needed to change a lightbulb in the bathroom. My daughter told him to wait, then toddled into her toy box, dug for a while, and returned with her wooden toy toolkit to show him she was ready to work. He lifted her up and let her screw in the light bulb all by himself. The pride on her face was priceless. And in that moment I knew he was a superhero.