15 Times When Parenting Become More Intense

“I saw my daughter trying to lift up her Rover. She said she wanted to fix it. So we made an impromptu car lift.”

“She wanted pink, so pink it is!”

“I’m almost 49 years old, and my mom still makes me an Easter basket every year. The bunny one is for my 17-year-old daughter.”


“When your 4-year-old daughter asks you to hold her purse, you hold her purse.”

“Parenting never stops, not even during a bathroom break.”

“Home office be like…”

“He’s almost 6. For the first time in years, for whatever reason, he crawled into my lap at bedtime and fell asleep.”

“I thought these days had passed forever, so I didn’t say no. I sat there for an hour, happily.”

“My mom noticed my toes poking through the shoes I wear every day. Today I got this in the mail.”

“It’s the most thoughtful thing anyone has ever done for me.”


“I’ve been reading to him for the last 7 months leading up to his emergency birth (32 weeks).”

“Love watching him react in person.”

“As my maternity leave comes to an end, I decided to spend a night in the woods and hike 17 miles with my BFF — my breast pump.”

“My son wanted a stuffed manta ray for his birthday, but I didn’t have enough money to buy one, so I hand-sewed his old blanket instead!”

“New favorite game: tattoo shop”

“Still gives the same hugs”

“I created a ’dads and daughters’ hair class to help other fathers learn about basic brushing, ponytails, braids, and buns.”

“The turnout was great! I’m so proud of these dads for stepping up and building a better bond with their daughters.”

“My dad shaved his head to support me losing my hair again.”


“So the obvious next thing to do was to take a ’bald is beautiful’ family portrait.”

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