Little Girls need a Daddy’s Love!

I just wanted to drop a note to say, if you are a Daddy make sure you are part of your daughter’s life. Make her feel loved and beautiful, in the right way. She should be your Princess, if you don’t make time or you warp the relationship and make it against God’s plan, the Princess now believes she is some man’s slave.

No good Daddy wants this for his little girl.

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3 thoughts on “Little Girls need a Daddy’s Love!

  1. Phyllis Simmons April 22, 2013 at 10:19 am Reply

    Deena,
    This is my reasoning for unmarried girls having babies. Someone to love, some girls/women, go from man to man, seeking that love to make them whole. I believe we need to counsel girls/women to give that child to adoption (rather than abortion), some girls don’t know they can have open adoptions, where the girl can be in the child’s life. After that adoption, that girl/woman, needs help to get an education, so she will be qualified in life with a trade or life skills for a future. Then that girl/woman, has self worth and can become a contributing member of an adult marriage and society. Ready to become a wife and parent.
    There is a group in Northern Cali who is funded completely by church groups and private donations, that provide help to women in those situations to become worthwhile ladies., moms, and wives. They are called ‘Acres of Hope”.
    Praying that more folks can become involved in these kinds of programs, let’s don’t continue to throw away these girls and their babies.

  2. Phyllis Simmons April 22, 2013 at 10:29 am Reply

    Just a PS on the note above, This will take a village. Are the churches villages enough to do this. what can you do personally, this is to each person who has a heart burdened with this problem .

    • Deena Siddle April 22, 2013 at 10:37 am Reply

      I agree Phyllis, a baby is often a way to find unconditional love for a young woman. Unfortunately it is short lived, the minute that baby doesn’t get what it wants there are conditions. You make a good point on adoption. I would love to start before we get to that place or that choice.

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