M4H P52 | Fatherhood Eye Candy

    Yep back again already with some Eye Candy and a Winner for our Fatherhood theme. We leave for Connecticut TOMORROW and I haven’t packed a stitch for any of my four kiddos or myself. I am going to be busy busy tomorrow. And a reminder that I will be mostly offline until we get home sometime the middle of July. I will of course be checking in on my phone when I can but its going to be pretty hectic and the internet may be touch and go in the hotel.

    Let’s get right to it. And due to the personal nature of this post it is SO not easy to choose.

    Winner:
    By: JPphotog

    25/52 Fatherhood.

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    25/52 Fatherhood.

    And lots of Eye Candy as always!

    By: Sheryl Salisbury

    25/52 Fatherhood

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    25/52 Fatherhood

    My family went to our local Maize where they allow you to pick your own corn. I love this!

    When I saw my son and his father helping each other, I knew this was the picture I wanted for fatherhood. After all, fatherhood is all about leading by example, teamwork, respect, love and learning. My kids have a great father!

    By: Sonnie Leigh

    25/52 Fatherhood

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    25/52 Fatherhood

    Make sure that you talk to him, listen to him and tell him that you love him…. I wish I could. I miss my dad…. everyday.

    By: senoni81

    Week 25 {Fatherhood}

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    Week 25 {Fatherhood}

    I couldn’t have chosen a better man to be my husband and the father to our little girl. I love that she looks just like her daddy;)

    By: shannongill

    Week 25 - Fatherhood

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    Week 25 – Fatherhood

    Technically not the best photograph, but hand held long shutter is hard LOL!
    There’s nothing that screams fatherhood more to me than when my military (and super masculine husband) does sweet little things for my daughter like riding the ever so girlie carousel. He’s amazing – and I couldn’t ask for a better husband, father for my children or friend.

    By: 24Feet

    24Feet - Fatherhood

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    24Feet – Fatherhood

    P52/Week 25- Fatherhood. My father, the welder-philosopher, built us houses, barns, ponds, BMX courses, skate board ramps, riding rings and everything in between, all the while never ending a sentence with a preposition.

    By: Jill Serrano Photography

    M4H Project 52 Week 25 | Fatherhood

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    M4H Project 52 Week 25 | Fatherhood

    Happy Father’s Day!
    My hubby (very handsome hubby, I may add) is not much of a camera person. It was such a joy for me when he agreed to have a short relaxed session with our two girls to celebrate Father’s Day this year.
    www.jillserranophotography.com

    By: alison may photography

    25/52 father's day

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    25/52 father’s day

    By: Essential Life Photography

    25-52 Fatherhood.

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    25-52 Fatherhood.

    Ella and her daddy. 🙂
    She is our sweetie! She loves when her daddy comes home from work.

    By: stephanie_smith_

    Week 25: "Fatherhood"

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    Week 25: “Fatherhood”

    My husband and our babies

    By: meadger

    ~ Week 25 ~ Fatherhood ~

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    ~ Week 25 ~ Fatherhood ~

    This Bible & Tie belonged to my Dad. The Tie still has the knot that he had tied. He passed several years ago. He was a Minister & his love for God was instilled in all of his Children.He taught us to Love God & to Love & help others as much as possible. When I think about Fatherhood I think about him & how much I miss him every day.

    By: Crystal Lea

    25/52 Fatherhood

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    25/52 Fatherhood

    This morning my husband stayed home to wait for the plumber. I knew he was playing with our daughter while I made breakfast but when her giggles and excited chatter reached never before reached heights I had to peek. This is the heartwarmingly adorable (and yet incredibly sexy) sight that greeted me.

    By: MichelleSantiagoPhotography

    FATHERHOOD

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    FATHERHOOD

    “One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.”

    By: stephanie mitchell photography

    Week 25- Fatherhood

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    Week 25- Fatherhood

    Being the mom to three little boys, I see the joy in their eyes looking up to their daddy and all that he does. Every time he mows the grass they beg him to let them “drive” and he lets them steer and they are so happy. I am so blessed to have such an amazing husband to teach his boys how to grow up and be men.

    By: candidimpressionsphotography

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    Week 25 – Fatherhood

    Amirah got her first roller skates. Daddy took her to try them out. And this is a little downtime together afterwards. I love watching them together.

    By: Sarah Cusano

    25/52 ~Fatherhood

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    25/52 ~Fatherhood

    May she always know how much her daddy adores her

    By: Mandy Mortimer

    25/52 Fatherhood

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    Sometimes I think kids only see their parents as the roles they fill. Mom = food/taxi. Dad = money 😀

    (Happy 50th birthday dad, I miss you! Hopefully you can come and visit us soon.)

    By: matt&sara

    Project 52 - Week 25 {Fatherhood}

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    Project 52 – Week 25 {Fatherhood}

    She is his princess. The love of his life. I gladly defer my role as his “best girl” (I take a close second, ha!) to see the love between these two grow on a daily basis. This was taken this morning at our father’s day brunch, I even with all the table clutter, it makes me so happy to look at. These are truly the two loves of my life!

    By: heatherstockett

    25/50

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    You will always be your child’s favorite toy. ~Vicki Lansky

    M4H: Fatherhood

    By: kaysadaisy

    25/52 - Fatherhood

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    25/52 – Fatherhood

    My Dad – He passed away almost 4 years ago. I use his In memoriam card as a bookmark …. I miss him. think of him often

    By: Struttin’ My Stuff Photography

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    © Struttin’ My Stuff Photography
    struttinmystuffphotography.com/

    Week 25 – June 17, 2012 – June 23, 2012

    Fatherhood

    This is a picture of my Papa and I back when I was a little girl. I love my Papa, he’s the most amazing man I’ve ever met, and he’s a wonderful man of God. Although I know I have my heavenly Father, he often plays the role as my daddy since my dad and I are not on speaking terms. It’s so nice to know that when I need a daddy, my Papa is always there to pick me up, dust me off, and help me through a little thing called life.

    By: alideck

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    he couldn’t be a better daddy,
    for our three little men.

    By: fergusonsfhotos

    25/52~Fatherhood

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    25/52~Fatherhood

    Oh wow, I barely got this in on time! With the move complete, and an unplanned 7 hour trip (one way, mind you) to Denver over, we are finally settling into our tiny rental. It’s nice to be together again, and to have Daddy help with the dirt jobs!

    By: larag1028

    Week 25 - Fatherhood

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    Week 25 – Fatherhood

    Just hangin’ with daddy on the front porch!

    By: do11face

    M4H project 52 ~ week 25 (fatherhood)

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    M4H project 52 ~ week 25 (fatherhood)

    Taking the wee ones to see madagascar 3 since the original plan of the waterpark was thwarted by traffic on the a long, long way home from work. That’s one awesome daddy.

    By: R.M. Brown

    25/52 "fatherhood"

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    25/52 “fatherhood”

    love makes my heart smile…

    By: Angela Lynn Photography

    25/52 fatherhood

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    Big shoes to fill

    By: cvilleshutterbug

    Daddy, what'dja leave behind for me?

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    Daddy, what’dja leave behind for me?

    Inspired by the Pink Floyd’s 1st part of “Another Brick in the Wall”
    This is part of a series of photos based on all parts of the Pink Floyd Album “The Wall”

    I never knew anything about my father. He was there my entire life, but compared to what most kids get to know about their parents, I didn’t know anything. He was never well. Things affected his mind. Living with him did quite a number on me. He was paranoid, sometimes delusional, neurotic. I don’t know what exactly made him that way. My mother couldn’t take it anymore and left him -and that was when he finally went off the deep end for good. My father loved me very much, but he was so protective of me that he kept me away from everyone else.

    Right before he died he told me that he was proud of me -something I can’t remember him ever saying before. Never did he tell me that I was a disappointment, he just had problems with intimate relationships. He loved me very much. I must have been his greatest achievement; he kept pictures of me everywhere. When he died I found pictures of myself all over his house. Why he couldn’t just tell me how he felt will be somewhat of a mystery for me for the rest of my life. I don’t have many good things to go off of when I’m reminded of him. All I really know about him are the very few things he told me about his life; growing up, Vietnam, his time spent in art school, and everything I experienced growing up with him -which sadly overshadows every other thing about him. The most upsetting thing about it to me is that he was a brick in the wall.

    By: nicolecaywood

    25/52: Fatherhood

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    25/52: Fatherhood

    One from my session this morning. Daddy and his beautiful, new little girl 🙂

    By: exposurepoet

    25/52 Fatherhood

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    25/52 Fatherhood

    My father and I live on opposite ends of the US and my husband and I have yet to have any children of our own, so on Father’s Day, I took this picture of a picture of myself with my dad 24 years ago. No matter where we live, I know he’s here for me always.

    “On the beach at night,
    Stands a child with her father,
    Watching the east, the autumn sky.

    Up through the darkness,
    While ravening clouds, the burial clouds, in black masses spreading,
    Lower sullen and fast athwart and down the sky,
    Amid a transparent clear belt of ether yet left in the east,
    Ascends large and calm the lord-star Jupiter,
    And nigh at hand, only a very little above,
    Swim the delicate sisters the Pleiades.

    From the beach the child holding the hand of her father,
    Those burial-clouds that lower victorious soon to devour all,
    Watching, silently weeps.

    Weep not, child,
    Weep not, my darling,
    With these kisses let me remove your tears,
    The ravening clouds shall not long be victorious,
    They shall not long possess the sky, they devour the stars only in apparition,
    Jupiter shall emerge, be patient, watch again another night, the Pleiades shall emerge,
    They are immortal, all those stars both silvery and golden shall shine out again,
    The great stars and the little ones shall shine out again, they endure,
    The vast immortal suns and the long-enduring pensive moons shall again shine.” -Walt Whitman

    By: mrspbf05

    P52- Fatherhood!

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    P52- Fatherhood!

    Delivering her Father’s Day gift- they are both so happy and it just melts my heart!!

    By: CrystalBellePhotography

    Week 25 | grand{FATHERHOOD}

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    Week 25 | grand{FATHERHOOD}

    This week we were on location away from “home” We were able to spend a few wonderful days with grandparents all around. So my “FATHER” theme this week is the best kind of “FATHERS” around, GRAND!!! fathers, who spoil you rotten and love you to pieces!

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