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This Christmas, dads are also very busy Vol.2

How to celebrate Christmas with dads who can't be with you


Since I have multiple dads, I congratulate them one after another during the Christmas period starting from the end of November.

The method may be a little different from others.

First, towards the end of November, I make a list of ``dads I won't spend Christmas with'' and type it into MAC.

Of course, this includes my dad, who I only see occasionally in rural areas.

And if you think about it too complicatedly, you might end up mistaking it for another dad, or even disrespecting the dad, so every year we think about two versions of how to celebrate.

Generally speaking, it's easier for even an idiot like me to remember if there are at least two versions.

And above all, it's easier to make a list by dividing it into two parts.

I've tried this in the past, but when it comes to three things, it becomes quite complicated.

So, here is the idea I came up with this year.

In the first version, she makes cookies and cakes to show her gratitude to her dad.


In the second version, we will increase the number of days we meet. (I have adjusted my schedule considerably and cut down on my personal time.)

By now, some of you may have seen the first version and thought, "Huh?"

Is there a need to go out of your way to make your own cakes and cookies when you're a dad? Many women probably think so.

If you ask me, if you can't do this much, you won't be able to earn a certain amount of income from being a dad. That's what I want to say.

First of all, what do men who are fathers want from women? I had a great idea in my own way.

As a result, I ended up making these homemade cakes and cookies.

After all, men who are fathers don't have to worry about money, so to be honest, they can get anything with money.

That's what I thought when I saw my dad nearby.

However, if I don't do anything, I won't be able to convey anything to my father.

Moreover, if you leave it alone, there is a possibility that it will be taken over by another woman. (For women who are active fathers, it's a matter of life and death.)

What is something that money can't buy? And things that money can't buyWouldn't that be an expensive item for dad? That's what I thought.

That's not something you can buy at a store.

Especially if you're celebrating a special day like Christmas.

So, what can you do that you can pass on to dads in rural areas? The result was cake and cookies. (Sometimes I change it to a different sweet.)

Aren't there times when women who are working as dads spend a lot of time at home? (is it only me?)

That's why making these sweets takes less time than searching for a store to buy them. (Nowadays, you can easily search for various versions of recipes on the app, so I think it's an advantage that you don't have to worry about finding a recipe.)

And when it comes to cakes, they make things like cheesecakes, freeze them, and send them to local dads.

Every year, I think that Dad looks really happy after being sent home.

We sometimes talk on video calls, but some dads cry.

So, I'm trying to find something that I can do to help my dad, who I can't see on Christmas, in my own way.

There is a line that every dad I contract with always says.

"I've never had anyone do anything like this before."

For me, it's the best compliment, and I don't think my dad has ever said, ``I want to cancel my contract.''

More than that, I think they always say, ``Tell me what you want.''

If you don't want to freeze a cake and send it to a local dad, you can just have cookies.

I always send it in two shipments.

I think it's like a frozen cake in one flight, cookies in the other, and a light gift (like a tie) that I bought separately from the store.

This is done every year.

As for my local dads, when I meet them next year, I always get them in return to thank me for Christmas, so it's even more fun for me.

As for my dad in Tokyo, where I live, when he has free time after Christmas, he gives me a big gift in return.

I get a lot of feedback from them in return, which makes me realize that they are truly happy.

However, although I do receive something in return, I generally do not make any requests for Christmas to my father, who I cannot meet on the day.

This is because I think it is important to continue to feel sorry for not being able to spend time with you.

Dads who give cakes or cookies as gifts always ask.

It's like, "Can I give you something in return? What do you want?"

This is the devil's whisper to me.

Every year, I feel like I'm going to lose my mind, but I try not to make any requests, and I try to keep it that way by saying, ``I'll just accept my dad's feelings.'' (If you make a request here, you won't know what the cake or cookies are for.)

However, depending on the father, there are many cases in which he buys something in return, and in the case of fathers in rural areas, he may even send it to you.

In that case, my dad has chosen the gift for me, so I don't refuse and just accept it comfortably.

What I want to say is that at Christmas, it is important to remember that ``we are here to celebrate daddy,'' and to maintain a strong sense of ``humility.''

And, such actions are definitely likely to lead to an increase in income in daddy activities. (I have actually experienced it.)

If you get dazzled by immediate presents and money, there is a high possibility that your wonderful father will abandon you.

In my case, in particular, I try to improve my appearance in my own way, but there are people who are higher up in the world, and women who are active models are also registered in dating clubs.

Naturally, every father would prefer someone with a beautiful appearance, and I understand that.

Therefore, if I don't have other strengths, I will have no choice but to give up when I am compared to such high-level women in daddy activities.

On the other hand, if high-level women start acting like me, there's no chance of winning.

At the moment, when I talk to the dads I contract with, it seems that there is no other daddy who does the same thing as I do.

If you are a woman who feels depressed about your income from being a dad every year, please try my method.

Maybe something could change.

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

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