His fridge is covered with drawings and report cards. Every Facebook post boasts pictures of the latest report card win, the latest father-daughter dance at school or kid’s ballgame (he’s the Coach, of course).
He’s never afraid to get dirty, be silly, or wear a tutu to baseball practice to encourage his team. Paul has only even known these children he calls his son and daughter for the past few years. But you’d never know by seeing him with them that he wasn’t there the entire time. These children, along with their mother, are his entire life.
Beyond this relationship, others outside his immediate family have noticed his fatherly qualities and been grateful for them. Paul is a “father to the fatherless” to many it seems, and I’m just proud to know a man of such caliber.
Paul, I’ve known you since you were a tiny thing, and I’m so proud of the man you’ve become.
“The righteous man walks in his integrity; his children are blessed after him.”