16 Simple Rules for Young Fathers to Avoid Making Mistakes When Raising Daughters

9Don’t be a weekend father

Instead of just weekends, you need to be with her the entire week. While you go to work every day, your wife stays home with the child. Once you come home tired, you may not have the energy to take care of the child, but then your wife is exhausted too, so you need to understand that both motherhood and fatherhood is a 24/7 job.

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10If her mother goes to the swimming pool with her, go along with them

You don’t need to feel shy because even if most girls at the pool don’t have their fathers, that’s the men’s problem and they are missing out on something. It is important for a father to participate in events like taking his daughter to a swimming pool. By knowing what her foot size is or the size of her clothing would be very helpful for her.

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11Politely refuse if she asks you to marry her

Between the ages of 3 and 6, your daughter may suddenly come out with a weird proposal to marry her. But as sweet as it may sound, you should refuse. A father is the first man a girl shows her feminity to.

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At some point between when she is 3 and 6 years old, she might ask you to marry her. Politely refuse. A father is the first man a girl demonstrates her femininity to. The older she becomes the more often awkward situations happen. Fathers often feel shy, so they distance themselves and this can affect a girl’s self-esteem.

Politely refuse if she asks you to marry her

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12Teach her self-control and discipline

Psychologists say that the games between fathers and daughters are important in the life of a child. A child tends to obey father’s more and whose rules are respected even more. Father’s get special treatment from their daughters mainly because a daughter usually lacks a father’s attention.

Teach her self-control and discipline

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