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Bonding is about sharing love and tears. One can actually go through the feelings again and again about seeing the new born in the labor room and cannot help thanking God for the miracle. Kids bring laughter and joy. The first sight of your new born is an ever lasting memory. Though the primary care giver is a mother and few things in life or people cannot match the maternal instinct, raising a child is also about being as a family.

Mothers often look out for work-at-home options or flexi hours to care for their family so that dads can concentrate on a career in a full time schedule. Fathers are role models for their daughters and many times a daughter finds it easy to confide with her father. Though quality time is essential for bonding, fathers should have an independent schedule either during holidays or weekends to be with their daughters.

It is true that many times a daughter looks out for a father figure in her husband or partner. That is because she dotes on him and feels protected. Splurging on your daughter is certainly not appreciated as the child truly requires time and attention. The value of family and upbringing is clearly indicated by the parenting style of the father.

Distance or travel options in the career often make it difficult for the father and daughter to bond but here the role of the mother becomes vital. Make it special during father's day by encouraging your child to make a card. Hugs and kisses are important and support your daughter to do the same when dad returns home.

A daughter always has a special corner in the heart of the father. For a father, his daughter is the most beautiful thing in the world. A scribble or messy drawing still makes the father feel that his daughter is a great artist. It is important to teach daughters to be independent as they grow.

The joy felt at eating the first sandwich or tea made by your daughter is very special to a father. A father is also aware of the responsibilities towards his daughter in career, education and matrimony. The long hours he puts in office has to be held in great regard as his career is also important to fulfill her dream.

A father can be a football coach, a board room player, a chef, a friend and also a guide to a teenage daughter. Teenage is a confusing stage and one has to unlearn all lessons in parenting to understand newer adjustments. Treasure each moment with memories through photos and videos.

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