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  1. My dad still makes me take out the garbage at home because I swore I would “take out the garbage FOREVER” if he bought me a crimping iron when I was like 10. I’m 36!

  2. All of my memories involve trips to the home improvement store- as silly as that sounds. It oddly was our bonding time. I loved helping him with home projects!

  3. I remember when my dad taught me how to ride my bike. The neighbor boy who was a year older than me came over and said no one had ever taught him how to rid a bike…so my dad taught him, too.

  4. What a sweet post, Molly. Love those gallery wrap canvases, I’ve been wanting one for a while now- this would be so perfect!

  5. Oh man, this is so sweet. We became parents this year and it’s my husband’s first Father’s Day! What a joy it has been to see him become a Father and love our son! My favorite video we have is of him “dancing” with our son at 2 weeks old. They still do it and I can’t wait to compare videos as our son gets older.

  6. My Dad is one of my very best friends and I’m so grateful to have him in my life. It’s so hard to pick a favorite moment because so many moments have become so special in my heart. I am chronically ill and the first time I had a seizure my Dad just held me afterwards and told me how much he loved me. It was really nice to know he was there for me. Another one is when I was young, around 8, and we ended up getting lost and ended up at the weird antique store that had dozens of calliopes that the store owner took us on a tour of and let us play with. It was so much fun!

  7. My dad died 5 years ago. I miss him a lot but am so thankful my father in law is a wondeful and Godly man. He adores he three grandbabies just like I know my dad would have.

  8. I will have to say that my favorite memories of my dad has to do with him being silly with my girls. Hard to believe that a former Marine in Military Intelligence and a former cop would allow his granddaughters dress him up with their play jewelry.

  9. I’ll never forget the one time I had food poisoning and I was up sick all night (I was a tween). My dad sat beside me and held my hair back.

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