Now that I am one myself, I look differently on fathers. I see that there is not a one-size-fits-all perfect model of fatherhood. Dads have so many roles, and these roles turn out to be unique to each family, shaped by the ever-changing dynamics in each home. I look at other fathers with curiosity: how does he do it? What identity -- as a husband, as a parent, as a man -- has he created for himself as the years progressed?