Here’s to the Dads that helped deliver our children into the world. Who changed diapers and took the 200am feeding. Who put together the cribs and painted the nursery over and over until it’s the right color. Here’s to the Dads who helped build playgrounds for their kids and celebrated the opening of it with the rest of the town. To the Dads who coached their children in baseball and soccer, cheering them on while secretly living vicariously through them. And what about the teenage years of angst when you started telling your Dad a few more secrets. How they tried to be patient as they taught you how to drive and stern but understanding when you smashed the bumper. They moved us into our first apartments, built shelves and installed lights, they changed our oil and taught us how to change flat tires. As we grow older, they advised us in finances and how to swing a golf club, loaned us money to buy our first houses and tried not to shed too many tears walking us down the aisle and holding their first grandchild. Our Dads are dear to us, their unconditional love will protect and guide us through the difficult times of our lives. Take time this weekend to call or visit our Dads. Like us Moms, the Dads really just want to spend time with you and hear how much they mean to you.