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Happy Father’s Day, ‘Overgrown Muscular Toddler’ And Other Funny, Sweet Messages By Celeb Moms
  • We love looking and reading celeb moms shoutouts to their husbands on Father’s Day, with greetings ranging from super sweet love letters to short but simple jokes.

    It’s fun to see a side of these celeb dads that isn’t public knowledge, like who’s a “walking encyclopedia” and who’s the alleged “toddler”.

    Here are some of Smart Parenting’s favorite greets:

    Celeb moms greet the dads

    1. Ellen Adarna for Derek Ramsay

    “Happy Father’s Day to the love of my life, the guy who makes me laugh all the time, my always and forever overgrown muscular toddler. I love you.”

    Well, that’s certainly a new way to look at Derek!

    2. Sarah Lahbati for Richard Gutierrez

    She calls him “the best gift he’s ever given me.” Awww! Sarah also says “you are everything I hoped to help in raising a family.

    “Thank you for being so full of love, for being so selfless and for being our strength.


    Behind all those beautiful photos is a very caring dada!

    3. Isabelle Daza for Adrien Semblat

    Isabelle’s caption is short and simple: “Adrien as a dad……………. is never on his phone.” She ends her caption with a rolling eyes emoji, likely to mean dad outshines mom in the tech-free zone.

    Good thing Isabelle was on her phone when Adrien was busying being dad to their two kids as seen in the Instagram reel she created. 

    She shows various clips of her trio in different parts of the world enjoying nature, from exploring forests, pulling Baltie on a snow sled with Valentin on his back, to rock climbing with Baltie.

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    The Semblats take nature tripping and exploring the outdoors seriously!

    4. Anne Curtis for Erwan Heussaff

    “We are lucky to have you,” Anne writes as a caption for her Father’s Day message to husband Erwan.

    The post is short video clip of the father and daughter sharing a sweet moment and kissing each other in the snowy mountains of Chamonix, France.

    “You will always be our home,” Anne says.

    See how Erwan greeted Anne for Mother’s Day 2022 here.

    5. Ina Raymundo for Brian Poturnak

    Here’s another funny one from a couple well-loved by netizens.

    Ina, a mom of five, shares a candid video of their family which shows her husband Brian greeting the kids before he realizes his wife is filming an everyday moment.

    “Thank you, Hon, for bringing love, guidance, security and lots of support into our kids’ lives.

    “You are such a good dad (sometimes it’s too good lol), maybe lessen it a bit.


    Ina has shared in the recent past the big role that Brian played in training their eldest son Jakob to play baseball. Read about it here.

    6. Iya Villania for Drew Arellano

    “Everyone’s fave guy,” Iya writes. And it’s true! Even netizens love seeing the daddy moments of Drew Arellano.

    “But we’re blessed that you belong to us. Happy Father’s Day, love @drewarellano. What would we do without you??” she aptly writes as a caption to a photo of Drew napping on the couch with all four of their children.

    Iya recently shared about how much she’s enjoying the newborn stage of their last baby, Astro Phoenix. You can read about her sentiments here.


    7. Judy Ann Santos for Ryan Agoncillo

    She calls him “our rock, walking encyclopedia, our forever tickle monster. Judy Ann and Ryan have three kids together.

    Her post is a carousel of photos of their family, including Ryan at the beach with Luna, Ryan and Lucho taking a break from biking, Ryan with their three kids taking goofy selfies on the bed, and Ryan and Judy Ann.

    On his birthday, Judy Ann also called him “My life, my heart, my soul.. A wonderful father to our three beautiful, amazing children.. You are and will always continue to be God’s biggest blessing. I love you forever.”

    Simple ways to appreciate fathers every day

    We love Father’s Day because it’s a time to remind them about how much they’re appreciated. And today we realize, we can do it more often! No occasion necessary. 

    Here are two simple ways you can appreciate your partners daily.


    1. Say it out loud and more often.

    “Thank you for taking care of that errand.”

    “Thank you for working hard.”

    “Thank you for playing with the kids.”

    Kids can take centerstage in a family and appreciating our partners is often set aside. Practice being more vocal about your gratitude, even in the smallest of things. 

    And yes, even of the things that are “expected of them”, and see how it cultivates a more grateful heart in your family.

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    2. Praise him in front of the kids.

    How parents relate to each other especially in front of the children, matters. And it contributes much to their development.

    “The most important relationship in any family is the marital one, and the best thing parents can do for their children is to love one another,” says Daniel L. Buccino, a social worker and cofounder of the Baltimore Psychotherapy institute to Parents.

    Avoiding arguments in front of the kids is a given, and this can be taken a step further by making sure that parents don’t speak negatively about each other, especially in front of the kids.Instead, praise and appreciate them in front of the kids.

    "By making the effort to value each other, parents teach their children important lessons about intimacy, conflict, and balancing work and home,” says Buccino.

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