Although you’re doing a better job with Father’s Day than I did with Mother’s Day (or at least you’re better at pretending), I want you to know that I think you will be the most incredible dad. I’m sorry that all you got today was a bleeding, crampy, crabby wife because you deserved a pee stick with a glowing plus sign.
I love you for the father you will eventually be and for the faith that you have in us eventually getting there. I don’t know where you get that faith, but I’m so thankful that one of us has it.
I look at you holding the children of our friends, and my heart swells with love.
I hear that stories you tell about how your students adore and respect you, and I am proud. I know that you will be great with our kids too.
I love you with all that I am. Without you, I would be nothing at all.