To b honest a father can take place of mummy! But still being a child u alwayz want a mummy coz its obvious dat u cant share some of ur problems wiv ur daddy!!! Being a father on his own its a bit difficult for him to handle & give love to a child of both parents!!!
I kind of go wiv vazz!!
In presence of mother that won't be required but in absence of mother sure he can. I have a friend whose mother died when she was few months old. Her father with the help of her Nani-nana-mamas-masis brought her up, he did not remarry and devoted to her. She was always taken good care of. I have never seen my friend shedding a tear for her late mother or look painful seeing others with their moms.
I salute that father for his love and affection towards his daughter and for his sacrifice for his child. I have seen many fathers leave their kids with Grands parents and remarry within few months or few years. When kids grow up in this situation, they turn out to be very different because they never received any love from their parents. It is give and take but it is different with every individual's family and financial situation. If we take care of our children when they need our love the most, we will get the same treatment from them when we are in need.
Very nice topic Sowmyaa. I have practical experience other way around I tried to be a good mother and father as well for kids since last eleven years. My husband was too close to our kids. In fact at that time, He took care of them more than I did as a mother. But all of a sudden responsibility of mother and father was upon me which I tried my best to be a mother and father for my kids but I failed badly. My sons and my daughter still miss a father's love in their life. Boys seems to be quiet by nature. They normally don't admit that they miss their father but from last 5 to 7 years what my older son went through, I can clearly see that if his father was here, he could have handled the situation better than me. Same with my daughter, even though I am very very close and friendly to her; still if she sees or hear some father talking about how they spend their quality time with their daughters, she starts crying.
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