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Daddy-Daughter Poem: Returned
come, my child, spill and create. there had been, before your return, a mopless kitchen, empty without your colors all but lost to memory's fade.
Her mother said "Your father left you because he doesn't love you." Now she has learned the truth--her loving father was forced out of her life.
Daddy's Baby Diaper Poem: The First Month
Dress up look big eyes ththwarth poop pee kick scream and cry, Undress re-diaper wet jet change again he's dry, Cry rock pat bundle cradle cuddle pacify, Sing nursery rhyme nope try another lullaby.
He's the kid who the coach always puts at left fullback, so he'll be out of the way.
Just Let Me Be a Dad
A review of Michelle D. Lovato's book of practical advice for divorcing fathers.