Daddy Parker – Character Insight

I created Daddy Parker as part of my Father’s Day Story Challenge 2019. Daddy Parker is a father to three children and his three children are the most spoiled children there ever was. Daddy Parker was a builder who built strong houses, and Mommy Delores was a nurse who helped make people feel better.

They had three children: Jason, who was 9, loved to play outside; Annie, who was 6, loved to draw; and baby Jeremy, who loved to giggle and crawl.

Daddy Parker loved his family more than anything. He worked very hard every day, but no matter how tired he was, he always had time for a hug, a story, or to fix a broken toy.

Some people thought Daddy Parker was the best dad ever because he always said “yes” to his kids. But others worried that the kids might not learn to be patient or work hard if they got everything they wanted right away.

Mommy Delores saw this too, and she tried to teach the kids to be kind and not ask for too much. But Daddy Parker just couldn’t say “no” when he saw their little faces.

The story of Daddy Parker is a special one. It shows us that it’s good for moms and dads to help their kids, but it’s also important for kids to learn to wait sometimes and to work for what they want.

What we know about Daddy Parker so far:

  • Created on June 2, 2019
  • Lives in Oliver, BC
  • Daddy Parker is a builder who constructs strong houses and was recently promoted to foreman.
  • He is a father to three children.
  • Daddy Parker is very loving and always makes time for his family, regardless of how tired he is.
  • Some view him as the best dad for always saying “yes” to his kids, while others are concerned that his children might not learn patience or the value of hard work.
  • Daddy Parker is married to Delores, who also notices the children might be getting spoiled and tries to instill kindness and moderation in them.
  • He finds it difficult to say “no” to his children when they ask for something.

List of Daddy Parker’s family members:

  • Delores – his wife
  • Jason: 9 years old, enjoys playing outside.
  • Annie: 6 years old, loves to draw.
  • Jeremy: A baby who likes to giggle and crawl.


  • Spending time with his family.
  • Working hard to build strong houses.
  • Showing affection to his children, such as giving hugs.
  • Being involved in his children’s activities, like playing outside with Jason, appreciating Annie’s drawings, and enjoying Jeremy’s giggles.
  • Saying “yes” to his children’s requests.


  • Disappointing his children or making them wait.
  • Saying “no” to his children.

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