Nigel Graham says it’s important for dads to be present in their child’s life

(Photo courtesy of Erin A. Martin / IG: @bagladies)

Nigel Graham is an insurance broker and the owner of DMV Healthy Insurance LLC located in Largo, Maryland. When Graham is not helping small businesses and families with their health insurance, he is spending quality time with his family. One of Graham’s most enjoyable pleasures is being present in his daughter’s life.

Graham currently lives in Prince Georges County, Maryland  with his wife and 5-year-old daughter.

Rolling out caught up with Nigel Graham to talk about fatherhood.

What do you enjoy most about being a father?
Being present for the memorable milestones in my daughter’s life. I enjoy seeing her smile when she makes a new discovery or finds a solution to a problem. I am also grateful to be able to actively demonstrate how a man should treat a woman by providing unconditional love, support and protection.

Why is it important to expose children to education and valuable skills?
Having transferable skills is important in every society and being able to provide a useful product or service will allow her to support herself and be a productive citizen. Having an education will expand her employment options and open her mind to multiple perspectives.

Why should dads encourage their children to read every day?
Reading is a fundamental skill that should be practiced daily because it is a mental muscle and needs to be used to keep it from declining. It will set your child up for success in school and builds confidence.

Continue reading on the next page.

Read more about:

Also read

How Black father and son duo became a YouTube sensation
Kenny Doss II
Kenny Doss II shares why celebrating Juneteenth with his son is special
Image (1)
Attorney Mawuli Davis pens Father's Day letter to our beautiful Black children
The entrepreneurial father who raised NBA, WNBA stars
Fathers of Ja Morant and Karl-Anthony Towns do hilarious interview (video)
A 9-hour all-access look at Kem's Atlanta Full Circle tour stop

Watch this video

What's new

yung miami
Host of 'Caresha Please' makes puzzling comment about Oprah
Jackson activist Maisie Brown says city still needs clean water
Kanye West
Kanye West's strange attempt to make peace with Kris Jenner