The seven uniformed firemen pose with their babies that were born just a few months apart.
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A father has penned a touching letter to his daughter to explain why he struggled to bond at first [Photo: Facebook/Patrick O’Malley]
When David Rosenman spent the afternoon with his nine-year-old daughter, she requested he give her his undivided attention. “Daddy, can you not read the paper or doodle or check email today? Can we just be together?” she asked him. The physician from Rochester, Minnesota, had brought a newspaper, his notebook and pen, and his phone with him. Writing on Facebook after, he said: “So today, we were together. I recalled the day she was born. David Rosenman, who shared the story “We compared notes about whether or not couples at other tables were on “dates” (she likes to impersonate people on dates – resting her smiling face on her hand and practising a starry-eyed stare).