Father son traditions.

@bowtieguy (5917)
United States
August 29, 2007 2:23pm CST
I remember when my father first taught me to tie a tie and then how proud of me he was when I was able to do it my self when I was a young boy, then later on in life I was able to do the same for my sons, of course only one of them inharted the likeness for bowties but never the less I was also proud of them when they leared to do it themself's at a young age as my father was of me. Anyways I was wondering if any of you had memories of special father son moments like mine?
2 responses
• India
29 Aug 07
yeah thats great. i remember something like that too, i learnt making a tie know from my dad as well, i think its one of the most classic memory for a man from his senior. the other smart thing i feel is shaving, i learnt that from my dad too as well, and cooking too, wow, this is fun this can keep going on. smart wishes for a smart son of a great dad i am sure. love always,apple.
@bowtieguy (5917)
• United States
29 Aug 07
Yes shaving is another one, I just started to teach my youngest to shave, although he dosen't have much facial hair yet.
• India
29 Aug 07
thats exactly when you wanna shave when you are young. i bet he is a smart guy. the smartest in his class too. and am sure must be looking like dandy the clean look and the aftershave. all my love , apple.
@bowtieguy (5917)
• United States
30 Aug 07
I don't know if he is the smartest but he is really good in math and science, both of my sons go for the clean look.
@picollo (52)
• Denmark
31 Aug 07
Well what I remember most from my childhood regarding my father, is the time we would spend together. With him being in the Army, he was away a lot of the time, but we would take long walks in the countryside talking about just about anything. To this day whenever I visit my parents, we always find time for a walk'n'talk. I have adopted this with my own son, though he's only two years old, we take walks every day talking about anything, that catches his eye. We always bring our dogs and watch them play.
@bowtieguy (5917)
• United States
31 Aug 07
It's great to hear that you seem to have a healthy relation ship with your son and your parents, I don't know if that many people would be able to say the same thing.