28 Days of Thanks for Dads

28 Days of Thanks for Dads

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As dads, we have a lot to be thankful for. We have been blessed with wonderful kids to love, guide, spend time with, and have a lot of fun in the process. Many of us get to share this amazing and rewarding responsibility with our wives as well.

“Many of us will gather with family on Thanksgiving later this month and share in the many blessings God has given us. We all have so much to be thankful for, yet sometimes we take things and people for granted. This November we are going to count our blessings with 28 Days of Thanks for Dads. Below we’ve listed 28 ideas of things you can be thankful for to help you get started. Tweet and post as many as you’d like and you will be entered to win a $25 Starbucks Gift Card. Make sure to use the #28DaysOfThanks tag! The winner will be chosen on November 25th, 2013.

Follow the #28DaysOfThanks thread here!”

1: A family to come home to. [Click to Tweet!]

2. A wife who loves me. [Click to Tweet!]

3. A house that feels like a home. [Click to Tweet!]

4. Saturday morning bike rides with my wife. [Click to Tweet!]

5. A tight hug around my neck because daddy is home. [Click to Tweet!]

6. Coaching my son at the sport he loves. [Click to Tweet!]

7. Looking at my wife and knowing what she is saying without words. [Click to Tweet!]

8. Putting my arm around my wife and daughter during a sermon at church. [Click to Tweet!]

9. Sitting in the shade of our oak tree with my kids. [Click to Tweet!]

10. Noticing how much my infant has changed in one day. [Click to Tweet!]

11. Crying when I drive away from the dorm room. [Click to Tweet!]

12. Having a daughter who tells me that she wants to find a husband like me. [Click to Tweet!]

13. Having a wife who tells me I’m a great dad. [Click to Tweet!]

14. Making Saturday morning breakfast for my kids. [Click to Tweet!]

15. Family devotional time in mom and dad’s bed. [Click to Tweet!]

16. Faces on Christmas morning. [Click to Tweet!]

17. Holding hands during the Thanksgiving prayer. [Click to Tweet!]

18. Helping my kids find Easter eggs. [Click to Tweet!]

19. Halloween costumes. [Click to Tweet!]

20. Walking into the vacation cabin the first day. [Click to Tweet!]

21. Seeing my daughter dance at her recital. [Click to Tweet!]

22. Serving the needy with my family. [Click to Tweet!]

23. My grown daughters calling me for advice. [Click to Tweet!]

24. A wife to be in love with. [Click to Tweet!]

25. Mystery trips. [Click to Tweet!]

26. Getting a note from one of my kids. [Click to Tweet!]

27. Laughing with my family. [Click to Tweet!]

28. Impromptu family dance parties. [Click to Tweet!]

 

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Related Resources:

  • 7 Things to Thank Your Wife For
  • 10 Specific Compliments to Give Your Kids

 

 

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