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THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE: WHERE WE WOULD BE WITHOUT IT?


COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR COMMUNITIES TO BLOOM
FATHERS FATHERING
REMAINING IN TUNE
CONNECTING PROPERLY
CONNECTING FOR GROWTH
THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE OFFERING THE MOST
COLLECTIVELY COMMITTED
AN ABSOLUTE MUST
THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE WITH MAXIMUM THRUST
FATHERING FAMILIES, ACCEPTING THE LEAD
FATHERING FAMIILES, UNDERSTANDING THE NEED
ENGAGING RESPONSIBILITIES WITHOUT ANY FEAR
FATHERING FAMILIES, CAUSING FAMILIES TO CHEER
GIVING WITH BALANCE EXCELLENT ADVICE
FATHERS AS HUSBANDS, OH HOW NICE
LIFTING SPIRITS RISING ABOVE
CHILDREN REJOICING, RECEIVING THEIR HUGS
HUGS FROM MOM AND HUGS FROM DAD
AT THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE, FAMILIES REAL GLAD
DISCUSSING AT THE TABLE ESSENTIAL CONCERNS
FATHERING FAMILIES FLEXIBLE AND FIRM
THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE, A WONDERFUL TIME
EATING WHILE LEARNING WHAT IT MEANS TO COMPETE
EMBRACING NEIGHBORS WITH THE WILL TO SHARE
ASSISTING WHERE IT COUNTS WITH LOVE TO SPARE
FATHERS FATHERING REGARDLESS OF THE WEATHER
FAMILIES SECURE, PRODUCTIVE AND STABLE
SO BENEFICIAL AND THOROUGH AT THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE.
AFTER ALL – FATHERS DO COUNT
SO WHY NOT BE ONE AT THE FATHERHOOD ROUNDTABLE!
TAKE YOUR STAND AND BE THE MAN.

■HABIBULLAH SALEEM ■



Comments

Jane said…
Fatherhood is indeed of great essence to our existence. Thanks for sharing this. By the way, there's a new social networking site dedicated to parents and kids, it's called Bluepixo.com - it's a place for Moms, Dads, and Kids! Now, there’s even a chance to win a free iPod Nano! I'm inviting you to meet other parents. And enjoy parenthood to the fullest. Thanks.

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