And Then Comes Father’s Day
by Jason Kimble
So, here comes Father’s Day. When we first lost Hannah, I didn’t really think this sort of thing would be an issue for me. Father’s Day seems to be one of those holidays that doesn’t get nearly as much air time as Mother’s Day, so in my mind Mother’s Day had a better chance of being tough. Now of course the holiday is approaching and it’s a lot different then I anticipated. I realize now that I have the pain of losing my daughter and that I am a Father with out a child, I notice all the commercials and all the cards and all the ads in the stores that say “Father’s day is coming, do something special for Dad.” At first I let it roll off. I just ignored the fact that it was coming. But I realized that they keep hammering it and hammering it. And here I am and what am I supposed to do? I don’t get to have that first Father’s Day moments with my daughter. That was stolen from me.