A superhero, guide, friend or role model fathers mean a lot of things to their children and stand by them at all moments. To acknowledge this precious bond of fatherhood, every year Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. He can be anything – strict, cool, expressive or a doting one – he surely is the support system in any child’s upbringing. Recognizing the special role of the male parent, we spoke to a couple of dads about their relationships with their kids. Read ahead to know about it better…
Text: ANAHITA AHUJA
Suryaveer Singh With Arya
In What Ways Does Becoming A Father Change Life?
Your priorities completely change. Before a baby, you lead a very selfish life where everything is done to satisfy your end need. After the baby comes into your life all your concentration goes on making the baby’s life as comfortable as possible. Definitely, all those late night party days are behind me for now.
What Was The Best Advice Your Dad Gave You, That You Plan On Sharing With Your Daughter?
The most advice he gave me was that a child’s personality is developed based on the environment he/she is raised in, thus we must strive to create an environment of love and support.
What One Quality Has Arya Taken Of Yours – That You Wish She Hadn’t?
What One Thing Has She Completely Taken After You On?
Jovial attitude and always smiling.
What Special Things Do You And Her Do Together?
Right now my baby is 6 months old so our activities are very mundane for now, be it- giving the baby a bath to going for a stroll in the pram.
How Do You Rate Yourself As A Father?
What One Part Of Parenting, Do You Always Need Your Wife For?
Putting Arya to sleep.
How Would You Describe Your Bond With Her?
It means everything to me. The joy I get from having my baby girl in my life supersedes any other tangible in life.