Father’s Day

Father’s day was a bit of a bust. I was so preoccupied with the party and the lesson that I had to give on Sunday that I didn’t have the girls make anything for Jon and I didn’t make breakfast because lets face it, I don’t get up any earlier than I have to and I was very tired from the previous day.  Lucky for me Jon has very low expectations, I think I keep them low by not doing anything, and he thinks Father’s Day is a manufactured day of appreciation anyways, even though he always does something for me for Mother’s Day and I like it that way.

Anyways. Sunday while at church our organist, and also first counselor on the Relief Society, came up to us to get Jon’s name and tell him how wonderful of a dad he is. She said how she’s watched him from the stand and is always impressed with how he treats our girls.

This isn’t the first time someone on the stand has noticed him. I remember one week he had carried in both girls to Sacrament and the chorister thought it was so cute that he was carrying the girls and also mentioned how he is always so loving towards the girls. The organist in our old ward also loved to watch the girls and said Jon was always so good with them.

Jon is a great dad and I appreciate all the love he gives our girls and patience he has with them and myself.

Happy Belated Father’s Day my love.

2 Responses to “Father’s Day”

  1. Jonathan Blake Says:

    Thank you. I actually had a pretty good Fathers Day. Someone at the grocery store wished me a happy Fathers Day. On top of everything else, that kind of made the day.

  2. nice niece Says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who dropped the ball on Father’s Day. I have such high expectations for Mother’s Day, but luckily Nick lets me off the hook and doesn’t expect much on Father’s Day. 🙂

    Happy Father’s Day Jon, you’re such a sweet dad to those cutie girls.