Good morning dads and moms who may be reading this. It has been another eventful week in the Isenberg Household. Many lessons learned and many growing opportunities for my little girl, Mariah and me.
Hello Dads! My name is Paul Isenberg and I am a happily married man with a 2-year-old daughter named Mariah Jordan Isenberg. This is my first blog so I wanted to introduce myself and let you know what to expect each week as you follow my blog. As an open book, I will be sharing my stories, my successes and failures as a father to hopefully help other fathers and mothers looking for fathers for their children. Sometimes I will be discussing what Dads are to be, and other times I will be discussing what Dads shouldn’t be. Please know that many times my advice will come from Wiser men, and mostly God the father as I believe that he is the best father that anyone could have.
Today I would like to take the opportunity to talk about remembering how our children are sponges. That what goes in will definitely come out and often at the times we don't want it to.
This week my wife hasn't felt the best and therefore I often respond to her taking out her tiredness and letting it create drama. I made a frustrating comment by saying, “your mom drives me crazy Mariah” not expecting her I guess to understand but a few hours later as she got mad because she didn't get her way she told Stacy (my wife and her mother) “NO, you’re driving me crazy.”
I immediately was upset with her and then remembered that I had said it first and that she was just repeating it.
Today fathers, I remind you that who you are is often what your children become. What are we?
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