CENTER CITY (CBS) — The Please Touch Museum was a popular Father’s Day destination on Sunday for many families.
Deip Nandi was with his parents, his brother, and daughter Ananya, who’s almost two. Nandi said seeing his children grow and learn is his favorite part of being a father.READ MORE: Philadelphia Commerce Director Michael Rashid Resigns After He Reportedly Made Anti-Semitic Remarks, Verbally Abused His Staff
“Everything is new, seeing things from the way she views things, it’s just amazing – playing with water, going for a bath,” the proud father said.
His mother, Shrubra, was unable to contain her pride, and said both her boys are wonderful fathers and sons, who lovingly tend to their father, who has Parkinsons disease.READ MORE: Water Main Break Flooding Multiple Buildings In Society Hill Section, Officials Say
“They just since morning gave him a bath so that the caregiver doesn’t have to do that,” Shrubra said. “They are wonderful.”
Deip said his father’s illness makes the memories of his childhood, and of the time he spends with his daughter, even more meaningful.MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Union Miss Out On Eastern Conference Championship Amid COVID Crisis
“They have actually some similar needs now, and that makes me feel blessed to be able to take care of both of them in the same manner.”