• Sean

    by  • July 5, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Children • 1 Comment

    Dear Sean,

    On the 10/08/2014 you will turn 16 years of age, and I haven’t seen you since you were five years old.

    You were always my boy, “Daddy’s Boy”, and I let you and your brothers down. Your Mother and I divorced, and I am not going to place blame here, as I have to be honest, she put up with a lot from me. I was hurt after your Mother and I separated, I didn’t know what to do, I saw you and your brother Sam a few times, then I disappeared from your lives.

    I know I have hurt you Sean, as well as your older brother Sam, and your younger brother Lachlan. But please know that from the day I left I have been empty on the inside, I still cry every time birthdays and Christmas come around. I have found it hard to sleep and cry when I think about you and your brothers. If I could turn back time, I would, and I would have done things differently but I can’t. I wasn’t in a good place at the time, and to be honest haven’t been since.

    Hollow as it sounds, I just want you to know, I NEVER forget you or your two brothers, I’m the one that missed out on your love, the one that hurt you boys so much by going away. I was too stubborn for my own good. It didn’t get me anywhere, I can promise you that.

    I love you Sean, always.

    Dad

    One Response to Sean

    1. You know
      July 6, 2014 at 1:25 pm

      It’s never too late. Start by writing a letter to your sons to apologize. They are still kids and they need you. They will always need their fathers love.

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