2 Corinthians 3 tells us who we are and how we live is like a letter from God. Our kids read that letter every day.
Our youngest son and our daughter-in-law have a five-year-old son and a daughter who’s almost two. Owen is getting to the age where he understands stuff and remembers everything! So it’s a really fun season and an especially important one.
I love watching him play with my son. They wrestle, roll around on the floor, and it gets pretty crazy sometimes! Owen giggles and squeals with delight.
One thing he’s started doing is asking for my help. When his daddy has him pinned down or otherwise bound by his sheer size and strength over him, Owen will plead, “Pops! Help me! Beat him up!”
Nope. First of all, I’m not overly confident I could anymore! Secondly, I don’t want to. I love our grandpa/grandson relationship and how he looks up to me, but I never want to be his number 1. I want his daddy to be his hero.
After he begged and petitioned until he could do so no more. I reasoned with my preschool my grandson. “Owen, when we’re at Granny and Pops’ house, I’m in charge. But this is Mommy and Daddy’s house. When we’re here, Daddy is the king.”
My son looked at his boy and said, “Owen, I’ve been waiting 33 years to hear those words!”
Dads need to exemplify a good life!
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