Ken and Grand #2
Have you ever seen a man that loves to hold infants? The babies that are fresh to the world and just little squirmy, helpless creatures? This is one of the reasons I love my husband so much. He loves holding tiny, helpless babies. It's just so endearing to watch him.
Birthing each of my children was a traumatic event for me. Once they were here I knew I had to dig deep and survive. The first six weeks was a blur. Don't get me wrong. I was very grateful and madly in love with my infant children, but the daily life didn't stop. So the baby had to be incorporated into my busy life. It was tough. Those first weeks of nurturing were a form of sleep-walking. I was so relieved when Ken would step in and cuddle our little ones. He never looked more handsome than when he was holding our babies. What a man.
Babies still enchant our lives. Each family gathering Ken is always holding the newest addition. I watch him in awe. I think how blessed his children are to have such an amazing father. He is really so special. If you ever encounter a man that loves babies then I guarantee he will be a wonderful father. He is a priceless treasure.
Sarah Anderson Alley
Sal the I Love Ken Gal
Happy Father's Day, Ken. You are one of the best and we love you.
Quotes of the Day:
"My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.
"The most important thing in the world is family and love."
"It is a wise father that knows his own child."