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Father’s Day is fast approaching and with it comes the recognition of the importance of a father in a child’s life, especially for a little girl. Fathers speak wisdom into the life of their children. They speak faith, hope and love. And often they speak possibility.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” At some point in our childhood we are all asked this question. Growing up in the sixties the customary answers for girls were teachers, nurses, or mothers. We did not always recognize the potential placed within us nor the possibility of realizing that potential.
Certainly, we had heard stories of Marie Curie, Amelia Earhart, and Clara Barton. These women were role models for their strength and courage but it would not be until the early 80’s that we saw Astronaut Sally Ride become the first woman in space. Or Sandra Day O’Connor take her place as the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The world is different today and little girls can grow up to be anything and do anything and there are thousands out there that have proven it. Having the encouragement and affirmation of a father and his words can make all the difference in the world.
Daddy’s Little Girl highlights the role of the encouragement and affirmations of a father in building dreams in a young girl. From doctor to architect, teacher to firefighter, scientist to soldier, girls CAN be anything they want to be. Reinforcement of those dreams by the words of her father has the power to positively influence a girl’s ability to achieve those goals. This book is filled with words of affirmation and concludes with conversation starters to help fortify the relationship between a father and a daughter.
Daddy’s Little Girl makes the perfect gift for that little girl in your life, whether daughter, granddaughter, or a child who needs some encouragement.
- Gerry Wakeland
These words appear on the first page of Karissa Culbreath’s book, Daddy’s Little Girl. I imagine that Culbreath penned these words as if they came from an earthly father to his daughter, however when I read them I took pause. It was as if God Himself could be sending this very message to every daughter that reads this book.
To find out more about Karissa and her ministry visit www.karissaculbreath.com