Look at me, Dad!

Look at me Dad! “Becoming a father increases your capacity for love and your level of patience. It opens up another door in a person – a door which you may not even have known was there. That’s what I feel with my son. There’s suddenly another level of love that expands. My son is my greatest joy, out of everything in my life.” says Kyle MacLachlan. This is so true.

Lincoln

To be a good father (and mother) requires that the parents defer many of their own needs and desires in favor of the needs of their children. As a consequence of this sacrifice, conscientious parents develop a nobility of character and learn to put into practice the selfless truths taught by the Savior Himself. In this way, parents become much more like the greatest Parent – the Creator of us all.




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