I’m going to do something this week I swore I would never do. I’m going to toot my horn. Well, not my horn exactly…dads in general.

In this day of multimedia, videos portray thoughts, feelings, and sentiments better than words alone. Not sure exactly why, but I love these accolades. You will too—especially if you’re a father.

Enjoy!

#DearDad

First fatherhood moments

#RealDadMoments

Care Makes A Man Stronger

Dads in the Military Care

Fatherhood

Clay

Sentiments about Dad

There are hundreds, perhaps thousands more. As I was writing this article, I googled “Every Dad is a hero, because he is someone’s father.” It brought up dozens more. I read an article written by a son about why he is proud of his dad.  It’s called “The Story of My Hero”. There are many more inspiring stories…

Read ‘em. Write ‘em. Love ‘em. But whatever you do, remember to celebrate dad.

A few more…

I’ve Put It Off Too Long

Something Important to Do

These two final videos don’t load like the rest.  But if you click the link here, you’ll get to see an awesome Father’s Day video featuring photos and music members have shared with the LDS Church.  And if you click here you’ll see a beautiful video about the role and importance of fathers.

 

About Walter Penning
In 1989, Walter Penning formed a consultancy based in Salt Lake City and empowered his clients by streamlining processes and building a loyal, lifetime customer base with great customer service. His true passion is found in his family. He says the best decision he ever made was to marry his sweetheart and have children. The wonderful family she has given him and her constant love, support, and patience amid life's challenges is his panacea.

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