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  1. Love your last line!

    We do ask a lot of our fathers without them seeming to receive the emotional closeness most mothers enjoy with their children. Some of that closeness is a natural extension of the mother/child bond from birth, but most, I believe, is earned through the years.

    My Father’s Day wish for my husband (who is a terrific father) is that he experience the closeness I have with my children. He wants it … He just needs a little time off from work to achieve it!

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