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38 Good Father Day Messages from Daughters

The average father has an estimated 3.5 children in the world. There is actually a larger proportion of men with children versus woman. In Malaysia, the most children are fathered by men, average 3.8 kids per father. To make this day special for your father, the following Father Day messages from daughters are listed below to help inspire your own unique sentiment.

As a dad, as a father-in-law, as a grandpa—you’re the best, and we feel so lucky to have you.

Burgers, beer, family time… wishing you all the best Father’s Day stuff.

Dad, hope you get the whole day off to rest and relax.

Dad, you’re in all my favorite memories.

Dad, you’re still the one I think of first when I have a question about something or when I just need some support and good advice. Thank you for always being there for me.

Everyone should have someone as special as you in their lives.

For all you do and all you are, we love you.

Happy Father’s Day to the man who taught me how to step and throw, how to field a grounder, how to follow through and pretty much every other important thing I know about baseball and living.

Happy Father’s Day with love.

Hope you feel appreciated today. You are.

Hope you’re feeling the love (and sinking the putts) today.

I can never repay you for all you’ve done for me year after year, but I’ll always do my best to make you proud.

I hope you have a nice, relaxing day, Dad.

I’m so glad I have you. You’ve always been the perfect dad for me.

It takes a special kind of man to make others smile from the heart.

May Father’s Day bring lots of little reminders of all the ways you’re admired and appreciated.

My day is filled with hope and inspiration because of you.

Right from the start, you’ve been a strong and steady presence in my life. Thank you for being there every day with just the love and guidance I’ve needed.

So blessed by your strength and your generous heart.

So glad we all share such fun times together, Daddy.

Thank you for the example you set and for your leadership in our family. We love you, Dad.

Thank you for the lifelong gift of your unconditional love.

Thanks for being the person you are and for helping me become my best self.

Thanks for not letting me leave the house wearing THAT. I’m so grateful you raised me to be a woman men could respect.

Thanks for showing me how to be a man. I still look to your example all the time.

Today is for great dads like you. I hope it’s great.

We deeply admire the good man and wonderful father you are.

We feel so blessed to have a dad and father-in-law like you. Thank you for everything you do.

Wishing a happy day for my terrific Dad.

Wishing you a wonderful Father’s Day.

With love from the luckiest daughter in the world.

With you, Dad, Father’s Day means lots of tasty grilled things and lots for our family to celebrate.

You inspire me to live life to the fullest.

You made growing up fun.

You’ll never know how many lives you’ve touched, or how deeply your love has been felt.

You’re my one and only dad, and I’ll always have a special place in my heart for you.

You’ve been a mentor and a friend and you’ve made my world a better place.

Your love is as warm and bright as a sun-shiny day.

The below infographic lists interesting and famous fathers throughout history that illustrate the influence this can have on their child’s success. Interesting facts about fathers is that those named Ryan tend to be the least likely to be fathers. However, those that are named Jose are the most likely to be fathers based on statistics. More interesting father facts are located below.

Interesting Fathers Day Facts

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