How to be the coolest dad in 2017

What’s the best advice you can give a father-to-be?

The answer might be the same as it always has been.

Here are three simple tips to help you become a more interesting dad.

1.

Take your dad out for dinner.

This is one of the most common tips dads get right.

You’re not only going to spend time with your dad, you’re also going to enjoy it.

The only reason you might want to stop eating dinner is if you’re sick or your child has a fever.

When you’re out and about, however, eating dinner will make you feel like you’re not alone.

Your dad is going to be there for you, but you’re going to need to be able to handle him at times.

It’s the same with his children, too.

Don’t be afraid to go to the grocery store for dinner — or even just the dinner table, for that matter — and make sure to spend some time alone.

You’ll want to do that in public.

2.

Be your own boss.

One of the biggest things dads don’t get is the ability to be their own boss, especially when they’re around their children.

You need to work with your kids to be an effective leader, and the best way to do this is by making sure you’re spending time with them and doing things that they enjoy.

This means making sure they get outside when it’s cool and watching movies or TV when it gets too dark.

When they’re at home, take them outside when they want to.

This can include running a hot tub or playing a game of pool or even sitting on the couch while watching TV.

You may want to put your son in charge of cleaning the house when he’s home from school, too, but make sure he’s not the one to set the rules.

3.

Stop complaining.

Many dads have an expectation that their children will always be around.

You know that feeling that you get when your kid is alone and you can’t get him to stop?

Well, this is a great way to get your children to relax, to make you laugh, and to help them get back into the swing of things.

You should always encourage your kids when they do things that you enjoy and when they ask for something, even if they don’t have the answer to the question.

This way, they can take it as a challenge, and you’ll always be there to give them a boost.

You can also encourage them to keep their mouths shut and focus on what’s important. Don