Happy Father’s Day! ‘Tis the season to talk about dads. In years past, the internet burst at the seams with Father’s Day gift guides. You might have purchased a greeting card featuring a necktie or a barbecue grill; or you might have seen a meme about dads watching too much sports or hoarding the television remote.
But this Father’s Day has been different. The narrative has changed. Dads are a powerful and important part of a child’s development and happiness, and our culture is beginning to take notice. They’re stepping out from behind mom’s shadow and saying, dads matter too.
We’ve seen scads of fabulous Father’s Day content this past week – some of it from right here at Johnson & Johnson – and we’ve curated some of the best pieces about dads and their vital role in their children’s lives:
Our short film, “Distinctly Dad,” reminds dads how irreplaceable they are:
J&J Dad Tim O. shared how his daughter helps him grow in Kids Help Dads, Too.
The Daily Beast asks, Is 2014 The Year of the Dad?
Actor Kyle MacLachlan shared his perspective on being a dad with Johnson & Johnson Global Ambassador Ali Wentworth while attending the recent Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash in New York:
A mom learns to embrace her husband’s different approach to parenting in It’s OK That We Parent Differently.
Bloomberg looked at how dads’ brains change when they become the primary caregiver.
J&J dad Matt shares how becoming a dad means everything changes.
MochaDad gives 10 tips on how to be a better dad
More and more dads are staying home because they want to, says the Washington Post.
You can get even more Father’s Day content from Johnson & Johnson at http://seehowloveworks.com, or follow #howloveworks.
We wish dads everywhere a Father’s Day filled with love and happiness.