9 TV Dads You Can Always Trust For Fatherly Advice
Alan Matthews from Boy Meets World
This is a father who seems a little strict on his kids, but he shows them that they can be independent. He wants to make sure his children know of the right values in life while having fun and supporting his family at the same time.
While his parenting isn’t always perfect, he ensures that there is a lot of love and hugs in his home. When he makes a mistake, he’s ready to admit it and work through it with his family. He’s a father who knows how to multitask and instills hard work to reach goals in his girls.
Even though he’s a cartoon, he’s a father who most children would probably enjoy. He sometimes has to work a little harder, but he makes sure his kids have what they want and need.
Raising teenagers in Beverly Hills can be a challenge, but Jim Walsh shows that he can make sure his children know the meaning of living right. He is a loving father who only wants his kids to work hard in school and respect each other and their friends.
He’s a man who puts his foot down, similar to a drill sergeant, but his kids have respect, and that’s what kids need today.
Some might call Mike Brady a softy at times, but he’s a man who his kids can talk to about any problem. He even raises three children who aren’t his and treats them all the same. When one of the children has a problem or question, they know they don’t have to be afraid to talk to their father.
Carl is a police officer who raises his children to respect others and treat everyone equal instead of pretending to be something they aren’t.
This is a father who can be on the tough side, but his children know the rules. He works hard, and he takes care of the family so that his wife can stay home with the kids.
Dan is a father who is blunt in what he says. He might struggle with work at times, but he always makes sure his family has food, clothing and shelter as well as a lot of love.