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There is a saying: "Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a Daddy"...
*Key difference: A father is the male parent of the child; its progenitor. They share DNA with the child, but he may or may not share responsibility in the child’s growth and development. Dad is a term of affection and familiarity. Dad is someone who actively participates in the child’s growth and development.
Do you agree with this? Share a Father-Daddy incident or situation to support your answer.
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