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My husband Joe is an amazing dad. He isn’t perfect, but he tries. He is always there with me and we raise our kids together. Sometimes I watch him play with our kids and I’m so happy he is ours. That I chose him to start a family. That together we’ve managed to create three beautiful boys, and he is by my side through it all. Because lets face it, parenthood is tough. And going it alone is even harder.
But he is my partner.
My best friend.
An all-star dad.
What makes him an all-star? He loves to play with our kids. He enjoys building Legos with our boys for long periods of time. He likes going outside and takes them hiking, sledding and builds snowman. He reads to them every night, changes diapers and gives baths. There is no job that he is above doing. We are a team. And Joe values us and puts family first.
That is what makes an all-star dad.
Do you have an all-star dad in your life? Dove Men+Care and Target wants to celebrate your All-Star Dad with tickets to this year’s 2014 MLB All-Star game in Minneapolis! Check out our own nomination where my two older boys share why their dad is an all-star.
How to Enter Dove Men+Care and Target Celebrate All-Star Dads
Submit a quick video explaining why your All-Star Dad is the best with the hashtag, #DOVEALLSTARDAD. Videos submitted via Instagram can be a maximum length of 15 seconds, while videos submitted through the sweepstakes site can be a maximum length of 30 seconds.
Once videos are submitted, Dove Men+Care and Target will select the top 10 videos. Starting 5/15/2014, viewers can vote on their personal favorites and will be entered for a chance to win a $10 Target gift card for voting. If your video is voted into the top 3, you’ll win an all-expense paid trip to the 2014 Midsummer Classic in Minneapolis with your Dad.
Hurry because time is running out! Head over to Dove for your chance to submit your video through 5/4/2014.
Be sure to look for Dove Men+Care products at your local Target.