Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
My daddy talks about his daddy.
He calls him the world’s best dad.
I don’t agree. My daddy is the world’s best dad.
He woke up this morning at 2:47am. It had nothing to do with me kicking him in the face.
He loves me and would never accuse me of such non cents (Ed note – nonsense.
He also says I don’t roll when I sleep…I spin.
He had to get up and go to Sack of Men’s toes. (Editor: Sacramento) to give a workshop.
I did my part to wake him up.
My daddy’s name is Bill Belew and he is NOT related to the King.
But in my opium (Ed: opinion)…he is THE King.
And I am the princess. That’s what he calls me.
My daddy is a princess expert. And he helps me to know all about princesses, too. That’s cool.
World’s best daddies are interested in what their kids are interested in. And they help their kids become better at what they do … even it is learning more and more about princesses.
My daddy and in vests and gates (Editor: investigate) each morning on his baby phone the history of princesses and such.
I love rolling around on the couch with my daddy and learning stuff. I love when my daddy teaches me. That’s why he’s the World’s Best Dad.
What makes your daddy so great?
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.