June 10, 2013

Enter to Win an Oral-B Deep Sweep Triaction 1000 Power Toothbrush! (RV $65) #powerofdad




A father's smile can mean so much. From when he walks in the door after a long day at work to sitting in the stands ready to cheer you on at the game. A father's smile can turn any child's day around. My father's smile always meant so much to me when it came to encouragement. I was not the best at sports. So even when I struck out in softball, my father always had a smile for me. Watch the great video below (with a tissue) and see if it sparks any memories of your father's smile.


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64 comments:

  1. My father smiled, and was thrilled, when he finally was able to teach me math and I fully understood it as a young child, he was a good teacher.

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  2. Although my father passed away when I was 5, I do remember when we used to play together and he would always smile.
    greaseballs80 at yahoo dot com

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  3. my dad and his big muzzy great smile

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  4. My dad is no longer with me but he smiled brightest when speaking about the Bible

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  5. I know my moms smile. She raised me. There was a man present, but not a father / dad...doesn't deserve that title. My moms smile has always created a sense of peace and clam in me.

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  6. My father always smiled about his work with fish and wildlife and the zoo. He loved teaching me about it.

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  7. My own Father would always smile when talking about my childhood, it warms my heart to know I made him happy

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  8. my father smiles with his eyes....

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  9. I love the video! My dad is hysterically funny so his smile is big and he always makes you laugh.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  10. My Dad passed away 6 yrs. ago, but I can still remember how his smile could light up a room.

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  11. My dad had a great smile & unique laugh! He had false teeth & would make them pop out & scare my cousin Joe--so funny. Daddy passed away in 1987 but I have so many fond memories of him :)

    I would send this toothbrush to my middle son Kasey in Oklahoma..he always buys cheap toothbrushes & this one would be so much better for his great smile .. thank you.

    melly66(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  12. I don't really remember my father's smile.

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  13. I loved the video. You can't help but smile when you see how happy everyone is. I remember my dad's smile at my wedding. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  14. I loved the video. I remember my dad's smile at my wedding. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  15. It was more of a smirk than a smile :-)

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  16. I remember my dads smile on my wedding day. Lots of pics of it too!

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  17. My dad smiled with his heart.
    porsche-puppy at sbcglobal dot net

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  18. This was really touching. We lost Dad 2 years ago and my first grandchild was born after his death. He loved babies and kept telling me that I needed a grandchild. I know he had a hand in sending this wonderful child to our family.

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  19. Although my Dad died at a young age, I remember his love of music (especially the classics) - it would always bring a smile to his face.

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  20. Nice video. I remember my dad's smile when my little sister was born.

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  21. The smile of my Dad's that I remember the most was when he was sitting at my kitchen table playing a game with my then 3 year old old, and I have a picture of my Dad smiling at my son while playing that game. Good memories!
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    Beth H

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  22. My dad loves to play tricks on people and you can always see his big smile when he surprises the other person.

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  23. My fathers smile always made me feel loved!!

    Christine Sutor

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  24. My dad always smirks, so to get a real smile is difficult. My sister and I always count it as a win if we get the real smile!

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  25. I remember when my Dad taught me to play golf and I finally hit that great drive.

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  26. My father's smile lights up his whole face and his eyes crinkle. It is beautiful

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  27. I never knew my Dad, so I can't share a memory.

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  28. I don't know my father. My mom raised me and she has the most beautiful warm smile. When she smiles her eyes light up, and when she does smile you know it is a sincere smile.

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  29. Dad always has a big smile when he is with his great grandson.

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  30. I remember having snowball fights with my father and brothers and we were all laughing and having a great time.

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  31. Dad had a great lopsided smile. Poor guy didn't have dental care when he was young so for a while he had a tooth or 2 missing. Then he got dentures and his smile was the best it had ever been. Would love to see that smile again.

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  32. My dad would love to play pranks on my family, he was the clown. I would love the way he laughed and smiled when he got us good. I got my sense of humor from him = )

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  33. My dads smile still makes me feel better

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  34. Definitely when we went swimming!

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  35. When my father kept trying to teach me to change a tire when I was a teen.

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  36. My father has a great smile - I like to think I got it from him too :) Would love to give this to him for Father's Day!

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  37. when wed b out fishing he always b smiling

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  38. Watch the video in this post and then share a memory about your own father's smile by leaving me a commen

    i have a photo of him holding me in my fire engine

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  39. My father always had the biggest smile around his grandkids

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  40. My dad was always smiling...even after working two or three jobs, he always came home with a smile for us kids.

    Les Johnson

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  41. Whenever my dad smiles, I can't help but to smile. He just has such an infectious vibe about him.

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  42. My dad would always smile while we were playing games.

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  43. I clearly remember on my 16th birthday my dad brought me a dozen roses when he came home from work. He was smiling so beautifully when he walking in the door and handed them to me.

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  44. my grandpa (like my dad) teaching me to ride a bike.

    dani marie

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  45. my dad is always laughing about something so that is the smile I like

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  46. My dad taught me how to swim when I was 4.

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  47. My dad has the most amazing, big toothy smile that makes you smile right along with him.

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  48. OMG ~ when I see videos like this, it just reinforces what miracles children are and that dads , and moms, are the makers of these miracles! My favorites memories of my dad growing up were when he would take me fishing, just us, we had time to talk and bond which was special as my dad was in the army and gone a lot. I sure do miss spending that time with him now.

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  49. My Dad is a prankster and he always has a big cheshire gin when he does them

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  50. My Dad has the kindest smile I have ever seen. He has the looks and the smile of Santa Claus. Most depictions of Santa remind me of him.

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  51. My parents would smile when I learned something new!!

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  52. My dads smile was always the first thing I looked for when he came home from work at the end of the night

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  53. he taught me how to ride a bike, can't remember how young i was - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  54. He would smile when I'd play piano and sing
    rosans4@comcast.net

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  55. My dad and I have the same smile!

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  56. My dad loved working on cars. He loved teaching how to do it too. I learned so much from him throughout the years.

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  57. My father always smiled when I was "helping" him work on his classic cars.

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  58. I love when my grandfather taught me to fish and how to drive a boat..he was an amazing man

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  59. My Dad was often away on a ship, and died when I was in my early 20's. I cherish every smile I can remember of his....and most often he smiled because he was proud of me and my sister.

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  60. He taught me to be kind to animals always. No matter what if there was a stray he would make it his job to find the owner and reunite them.

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  61. My father was a very quiet man so his smiles were special and a bit rare
    jcabeansatyahoodotcom

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  62. My dad had the kind of smile which reached into his eyes. I loved how it would just make you feel as if you were the most loved person and could light up your day.
    Laurie Emerson

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