Archery at Sunway Pyramid a week before Father's Day
My son said his father treats his sisters better than him. For example, when his sister drops something, his dad will ask:"What happen? Are you OK?" On the other hand, if he's drops something, he thinks his dad will say: "What happen? Did something wrong again?"
I know my hubby loves all 3 the same. It's just that he's stricter on his son, or to be more precise, the future HIM. He has high expectations and wants his son to set high goals and go all out to achieve them. He doesn't like those who "talk a lot but cannot deliver".
My hubby is a brave and tough guy, and he wants his son to be the same too. I once saw him showing off the scars on his hands and legs to his son. Those are his badges of courage from knife cut, acid drip etc. I don't think he would ever want those ugly scars on his daughters' delicate skin. If my son can see this point, he'll realize that men just treat their sons differently from daughters.
Superimposed photos taken during Halloween '11
I even notice my daughters call my hubby "dad" , or "daddy" (in a "manja" tone )
As for my boy, it's either "dad", or "pa" (instead of daddy).
And I either call him by name, "daddy" or "lao gong" (ahem... when want to manja too)
Well... son, I know you like weapons such as knives and guns. But you'll eventually learn that's girls have their secret weapons too.