I'm just wondering.. with so many single mom's out there (and kids who have nothing to do with their dads) how does your school handle Father's Day? My daughters preschool made cute little crafts that say #1 Dad with a picture of DD, and she can give it to him on Sunday, but I know there are kids there whose dad's are not involved. Do they ask the mom? Do they just make the crafts?
Not trying to be insensitive or anything, I really just wonder.
Asked by Anonymous at 4:59 PM on Jun. 17, 2011 in Holidays
Answer by Ginger0104 at 6:46 PM on Jun. 17, 2011
I think they just make the craft regardless of a child's specific situation. We are grandparents raising grandchildren, we've had them for 6 years. Day-cares and now teachers and Sunday school teachers are all aware of this particular living situation. We still get things for Mom and Dad - they don't make exceptions for out of the 'normal' family living arrangements. We don't care, the children don't seem to care, they are happy to give us whatever they make. Right now a Father's Day cake is in the fridge, made by the loving hands of our 6 year old kindergartner with the words Happy Father's Day, which will also be given to him on Sunday with a card made at school that says "happy Father's Day"
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