15 Men Talk About Their Parenting Experiences

“He typed a memo, broke the keyboard, and pushed all the papers into the trash.”

“Bring Your Kid to Work Day was a successful failure by 8:15 a.m.”

“I vaguely remember having privacy before kids. Very vaguely.”

“This is how we found our son sleeping this morning. Poor guy, he’s fighting off a cold.”

“I took my daughter to Target to get a new toy and I couldn’t be prouder of the one she chose. She loves fixing everything now.”

“His twin brother wouldn’t eat breakfast, so this little man ate the whole pot of oatmeal by himself. Look at that belly!”

“It’s the little wins.”

“I was so proud thinking he ate all his lunch.”

“How I eat candy around my kids”

“My daughter insists on wearing my socks, but only the ones that have her face all over them.”

“I’m staying at a hotel this week with a sliding bathroom door that doesn’t lock. Privacy is non-existent.”

“Does anybody else’s backseat look like this?”

“My son loves butter.”

“I was playing a video game with my son. My daughter was behind me giggling the whole time. This was the end result. I feel beautiful.”

“I just love that children at this age believe they are invisible hiding like this. Added cuteness bonus: 1 missing sock.”

“All I feel is proud of my invention.”

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