Boris Kodjoe Reminds Us of the Beautiful Bond Between Fathers and Daughters
There’s a brief second that my two-year-daughter realizes that belly-flopping onto the floor from the love seat probably wasn’t a good idea and looks to me and her father to gauge what happens next. Of course my instinct is to pick her up and banish the love seat to the trash bin for attempting to kill my baby. Her Dad, however will tell her to brush it off, and adjust her angle so she can land better next time. Dads show their daughters how to “man up” in the best way possible and we grow to be better, stronger, more resilient women in the future because of it.