Evaldas and Kristupas
“Being a dad is not hard. Nor is becoming one. The most difficult part is to get through the very different stages of child development: when entering into the novel (or forgotten) infancy, then “jumping” into the baby’s fussy childhood years, and finally, transitioning to the often difficult-to-manage and emotional teenage years.
In my opinion, fatherhood is not a science that you can simply learn, but rather a feeling that is experienced. If you cannot capture this feeling in your heart, you will never have a close bond with your child, even if you spend a lot of time together.
And every time I think of my three boys, I want to believe that all of us are bound by unconditional trust, without which you cannot build a strong relationship.”