MochaManual Dads in NYC Share Their Favorite Father’s Day Moments
Question:Now that your children are adults — with the youngest being 19 — what do you want for them the most?”More than anything, I want my children to have a good life, work a good job, and above all, be able to take care of themselves.”
Most memorable Father’s Day: Smiling, Miller stated, “When my children threw me a BIG Father’s Day gathering, and most of them were able to attend.”
Question: What has been the best part of fatherhood for you?
“As a father, a grandfather and as a great-grandfather, I feel like I have made a worthwhile contribution to the world.”
Most memorable moment as a father: “I enjoyed taking my children to basketball games for family time, when I had spare time between my two jobs I was working.”
Gabbidon was extremely excited to talk about his daughters, whom he described as “true daddy’s girls.”
Question: Being the father of two daughters, what’s the best part of fatherhood for you?
“When I come home from work each day and my two-year-old runs to the door screaming, “DADDY! DADDY! DADDY!” like she’s the only little girl in the world who has a daddy. Then my 8-year-old likes to sit down and have conversations about our day, but it’s only about hers!”
Most desired Father’s Day gift: “Whatever my wife and daughters decide to present me with. They know what I like and have access to all the accounts — I trust them to please me.”
Ciara Campbell is a recent graduate of Clark Atlanta University, who received a B.A degree in Mass Media Arts. Ciara is currently pursuing a career in broadcast journalism.