Fatherhood Important to Drew Cameron Shytle

There are plenty of people who say that once you have children that your “life is over.” They think that because you have a child you can’t have any fun or do the same things you used to do. Well, for many people, they probably shouldn’t be doing the sort of partying or activities they were doing when they were in the early and mid twenties! Unfortunately everyone has to grow up eventually. But Drew Cameron Shytle has never seen having a child as a negative thing, and it definitely doesn’t end your life as some people claim.

Drew Cameron Shytle has a son which he loves very much. Drew Cameron Shytle will be the first to admit that his life has changed since he had a child, but for the better, not for the worse. Having a child has helped Drew Cameron Shytle be less selfish in all aspects of his life. Once you have a child your life isn’t only about you and what you want. It feels good to be able to provide for someone and to live so that they can have a better life and better education than you did.

Drew Cameron Shytle often thinks about what it means to be a good father. There is no handbook to fatherhood and it can be really hard at times. Sure people, the media, movies, and all sorts of resources can offer advice but ultimately it’s the person who follows their gut when it comes to a lot of decisions. Drew Cameron Shytle hopes he makes the right decisions every day with his son. At the very least he knows he needs to lead by example and be a good person so his son can emulate him as he grows up.

Drew Cameron Shytle is very happy to be a father and looks forward to the challenge every day, even though some days are hard, there are many more days that are extremely rewarding.


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