I hope this letter finds you in good humor. I want to encourage you to take pictures of your kids with their mom.
Now, I know that taking pictures might not be your thing. You might think that it’s too much work, or that you’re not good at it. But let me tell you, taking pictures with your kids and their mom is easy. All you have to do is hold up your phone and press a button. It’s not rocket science, you know!
And don’t worry about posing for the perfect picture. The best pictures are the ones that capture real moments. So, when your kids are jumping on the bed and your wife is trying to keep them under control, snap a picture. When your kids are giving their mom a hug, snap a picture. When your wife is making silly faces to get your kids to smile, snap a picture.
Capturing the moments where your children are interacting with their mom is an opportunity to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Children grow up so fast, and pictures are the best way to freeze time and keep those memories alive. Your children will love looking back at these photos when they’re older and seeing how much they’ve grown and how much they’ve changed. They will appreciate seeing how much their mom loved and cared for them.
Taking pictures with your children and their mom is also an opportunity for you to bond as a family. You can create fun memories together as you pose for pictures, and the process of taking pictures can be a way to strengthen your relationship with your wife.
Taking pictures with your family is also a great way to embarrass your kids in the future. Imagine showing these pictures to your kids’ future partners. “Oh, look at little Jimmy! He used to be so cute and innocent. Now he’s a grown man who can’t even cook his own food.” Trust me, your kids will thank you for the memories.
So, Dads, take out your phone and start snapping pictures of your kids with their mom. It’s not only easy, it’s also hilarious. And who knows, you might even become a famous photographer. Just don’t quit your day job yet. Don’t worry about whether the pictures are perfect or not, just capture the moment. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
June 1, 2023