Before thinking about a unique gift for your Dad on Father’s Day, let’s dig a little deeper into dad’s personality and see what kind of dad he is. Knowing his characters, choosing gifts is also easier. There are at least twelve types of dads celebrated on Father’s Day on the third Sunday of June every year. You are probably familiar with some or all of them.
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Top 12 most common types of dads
As Father’s Day approaches and to pay homage to the dads in our lives, we’ve put together a list of our favorite types of dads – and we’re sure you would know at least one of them. If you’re also interested in this topic, let’s get started!
The Trendy Dad
He is trendy, has cool style and the newest rock album of the hottest bands in his car. He can join a conversation witht the youth about the latest trends, be it cars, celebrities, technologies, or viral topics. You’re proud to hang out with such a great dad and show him off to your friends.
Interactive dads do the following things with their childs: communicate, explore ideas, play, manage emotions and think creatively.
These dads encourage their child to participate in decisions like choosing games to play, which park to go to, and what to eat for lunch. They alslo encourage their child to talk about the feelings and ideas after reading a book or watching a movie.
The MasterChef Dad
In the past, when it comes to dad cooking, we always picture images of microwaveable leftovers and burnt toast. Times have changed, and so we have the chef dad who makes great dishes for the whole family. Many modern dads are whipping up a storm in the kitchen, and sometimes even put the ladies to shame!
The Nostalgic Dad
“Back in my time” is Nostalgic Dad’s favorite opening line. He likes to give advice and compare how society and times have changed. Nostalgic dads often have lots of wonderful stories and lessons to share. You will appreciate him for his perseverance and hard work.
The Professor Dad
He will fill you with a love of learning and discovery from an early age. You made your first bicarbonate of soda volcano eruption when you were 2 years old. You got to know Shakespeare at the age of 4 and continued on quantum physics in elementary.
He teaches you that curiosity is an itch that needs scratching and that you should always ask “why” for every problem. Only then will you get to the root of the answer and take the first step towards solving the secrets of the universe.
The Handyman Dad
Handyman Dad takes a Do-It-Yourself approach and can fix anything. Maybe it has to do with growing up in an era where it was harder to call the garage without a cell phone.
Today, you have people doing everything – plumber, electrician, technician – but old-timers will tell you they were the skillful housekeepers before these jobs became mainstream.
The Coach Dad
His parenting style can be stressful and overwhelming at times, but he knows how to get things done and the results are truly impressive. Never leaving his stopwatch, he taught you that you can be anything you want but within a certain framework. This is one of the coolest but also strictest types of dads
The Sharing Dad
The sharing dads are also the most common types of dads that we will see in today’s families. They always share parenting roles with their partners and use a teamwork approach to parenting.
These fathers share household chores, discuss the strengths and weaknesses of parenting with their mothers or partners, and decide how to respond to their children’s feelings and behaviors.
A Workaholic Dad
Work hard. From dawn to dusk, working for his family to keep them fed, educated, and clothed. His 3-year-old may be hanging upside down from the monkey bars, but his face is buried in his email. He won’t look up to say hello unless he spots a networking opportunity, which is almost certainly work-related.
Try to find out what he does and if you have any connections, or you will never get a word. He may not be the best dad at taking care of his kids, but he knows how to advance his career while still being a dad.
The Emotional Dad
This father is in touch with all of his emotions, as well as those of his children. He takes that baby’s cries seriously and tries to figure out what they mean. Sometimes the attention is a bit too much. However, he remains the best counselor for children’s psychology and emotions.
These types of dads are always thinking about their children, what they need and what they want.
They are good at knowing their kids’ strengths and limitations, their favorite toys, friends’ names, and what they love to play with. They are also good at planning ahead and thinking about things like planning their child’s gift or birthday party.
The Playful Pop
If you meet this type of dad, you will find that he is always playful and even childlike. He wants to relive his childhood and isn’t afraid to do it through his kids. His size may be four times bigger, but he also wants to do everything his kids do. Curved saws and broken swings were signs he’s been there. He has great tips and tricks about children’s play, but is not the right person to talk about adult conversations or difficult situations.
While we make a big program of honoring our moms on Mother’s Day, dads are honored more lightly, although they play an equally important role in raising us and taking care of the family.
There are many types of dads. So what type are you, what kind do you live with, or what kind have you encountered?! Let me know in the comments section.