What do you do on the third Sunday in June every year? Maybe you’re taking a class to pursue a hobby. Maybe you’re working hard for the future. Maybe you’re hanging out with your family.…
No matter what you are doing, please don’t forget to say to your handsome and brave dad: “Thank you, Dad, I love you” ! Although the father is like a mountain, silent, but this does not prevent our pets to dad loudly say love.
Father’s Day is a day of giving thanks to the father. Do you know where it came from? Let’s take a look at the story behind father’s Day.
The world’s first father’s Day, born in the United States in 1910, was initiated by Mrs. Bruce Dodd, who lived in Spokane, Washington. Dowd’s mother died giving birth to her sixth child. After his wife’s death, Dowd’s father, William Smart, took on the responsibility of raising and educating his six children alone. The attentive nature of the woman made her more aware of her father’s toil. Mr. Smart worked hard during the day and went home at night to take care of the household and the lives of each of the children.
When Mr. Smart died in 1909, Mrs. Dowd knew that her father had raised his children with as much love and hardship as any mother. Mrs. Dowd told her feelings to the Reverend Remus in the hope of having a special day to honor the great father of the world. The state government adopted the proposal and set a date for father’s day on the third Sunday in June.
When talking to babies about mom and dad, they seem to have more adjectives to say about mom. They can use a lot of words to describe mom. For example, my mom is beautiful, my mom likes to wear dresses, and my mom likes to eat ice cream as much as I do, my mother’s high heels look good and so on, but when asked about my father, most of the answer may be that my father is very busy with work and no time to accompany me. Is it because children know their mothers better? Or are the children’s descriptions of their fathers as subtle as their fathers’love for their children? Maybe this video will tell you.
My Dad can be Superman, Ultraman,
My dad is as soft as a teddy bear,
My dad can swim faster than Your Dad,
My dad can lift 100 pianos,
My dad is nothing, he’s just like my dad,
Your father, all Heroes of Earth!
Children remember not only their beautiful mother, but also their handsome father. He remembers your sexy mustache, your slightly bulging belly, and the way you work hard, but what he wants most is for you to laugh.
Love is a lifelong practice, and it is important to teach our children to love and express it. I think the point of many festivals is to make what seems like an ordinary day, because this ritual becomes a wonderful moment in life, an important lesson. Finally, I wish all father’s Day happy, forever young!