As a trend, dads seem to be less and less involved in their daughter’s dating.
We’ve relegated dads to a last-minute interview before engagement when God meant for them to be active, available agents of wisdom and safekeeping. Foolish dads relish the gun-bearing, tough-guy role.
The wise dads relish the opportunity to develop a real, intentional, grace-and-truth relationship with the man who might be tasked with caring for their daughter for the rest of her life.
Bookmark Life To Her Years, follow Michael on Twitter, and “like” him on Facebook for more “rules”. When she grows up, the odds are good she’ll fall in love with and marry someone who treats her much like you treated her mother.
She’ll need you to come through for her over and over again throughout her life.
She is 17 and was top in her class at school and always involved in lots of sports.
My wife and I can’t seem to pry her away from his influence – what should we do? It’s natural for teenagers to break away from their parents at some time during puberty.
Our group, DADD, stands for Dads Against Daughters Dating.
Of course we're not totally against our daughters dating, we just want to have a little fun with an event that is bound to happen over time.
The social media page was eventually shutdown, but the mentioned individuals remain etched in our minds.