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Fatherhood is a Brilliant Experience


Fatherhood is a brilliant experience. Though this relationship is not discussed as much as compared to motherhood. 'Fatherhood' may be a divine creation. I am fortunate enough that I am a father of five years energetic, inquisitive kid (Neel). I would like to elaborate some of my lively moments with my son Neel.

I often stay outside due to the profession. I am a conservationist and wildlife biologist. So my job profile indicated my limited time for a son. However, when I reached home I invariably spent time with Neel. I spent almost 80% of the time with Neel at my home. I try to obey Neel's every command and request. We play, sing, arranging our rooms, looking clouds in the azure sky or sometimes bright moonlight and stars at night. 


I love to pick Neel's tiny fingers on an evening stroll as I love to pick my departed father's finger in my childhood. We enjoy our 'MeTime' running on the road, playing basketball, creating pebble art figures, singing song, playing guitars, watching PawPatrol, Observing backyard birds and reading books. 


Before fall asleep he likes to listens to stories. He often sleeps before I finished the stories. Besides, I also teach him how to walk on the busy roads and different traffic signals, dining table manners, shopping technique as much as possible. I am trying to be the best friend of my son. I endeavor to do to achieve. 
  

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