If that is your name, obviously you love your Father and he loves you. I recommend you ask him what his expectations are for you, how he sees you, how he imagined you. By doing so, you will understand his dissapointment that obviously dissapoints you. Then ask him if he wants you to do God's will or his, and will he help you discern God's will. Does he want you to be happy and do what your are passionate about?to truly follow your heart in the Truth? or just do something to please him, or anyone besides God?
No, I think he loves you and is just pouting a little because he may be asked to sacrifice his Daughter for Jesus. This is normal and natural, even with the holiest of parents. Will he refuse if Jesus asks for his Daughter?No, I think not, but it hurts. This will help you discern and appreciate his sacrifice as well as find joy in your own sacrifice, you see?You can say like Mother Teresa to parents who told her to stop taking their Daughters away from them: Look, you have to give your Daughters away anyhow, they will leave home for a spouse one way or another, would you not rather they belong to Jesus, the Divine Spouse, if He wants them all to Himself? In other words, if this vocation does not come from God, it will go away on its own and change into something else, but if it does, you can not stop it, you may find yourself at war with God.
It is always alright to tell those we love and trust about our intentions, along as we are ready to hear whatever they have to say and take time to listen to what they mean. You love and trust your Father. Listen to him and see exactly why he is dissapointed. By doing so, you are a witness and you help yourself and the whole family, you become a sign, that it is all worth it for Jesus.
None of my Brothers or Sisters, (I am the youngest of nine), embraced my telling of my intention to become a Priest, except the one I expected not to- a Brother who calls himself atheist, but wanted me to be happy. He encouraged more than the others who say they believe, but were dissapointed-these said I should become an Anglican Priest, or a Priest of another Rite at least so I could marry, or a Youth Minister or Counsellor or Teacher, isn't that enough? We'll never see you again! You know how rough a Priest's life is? they said. No half-way with Jesus, all or nothing, when it comes to following your desire. The thought of half-measures only spur you to give more, when you consider compromises with your vocation that make it less scary or painful for your imagination. He gave Himself 100% for me, I do for Him. Nothing less for Him.
We must pay Jesus in the same currency as He paid the price for us. No cheapie charity with Love. My Father would of been proud,(He passed away when I was seven and wanted to be a Priest but was discouraged from doing so for un unjustifiable reason), and my Mother was proud of me.(she passed away a few months ago) Even if my parents had not blessed my vocation, I'm sure the Lord would of given me the strength to persevere and I would of understood. It is a great sacrifice because the honor is even greater, for the sake of the greatest love.