16 Times Parents Took Parenting to an Entirely Different Level

Being a parent is one of the toughest jobs in the world. It is a demanding job that will require you to work tirelessly, seven days in a week. You encounter all sorts of challenges but you do not get paid. In turn, you receive love, kisses, and the utter joy of seeing your kids grow up into strong and beautiful individuals.

While we believe that most parents take parenting seriously, there are those who opt to go the extra mile to give their children everything that they would need. Take a look at this compilation of parents who decided to give their children all their love and support, and then some more.

1. Creative Patches

Geof Grubb draws fun designs on his daughter’s eye patches to try to eliminate the frustration associated with the process. His daughter now struts around with awesome patches made by her dad!

2. Dad and Daughter Hair Class

A group of fathers learn how to style their daughters’ crowning glory.

3. The American Boy

Gina DeMillo’s son wanted a boy doll, but there were no available male dolls in the market. So she decided to create a male doll out of a female doll – she cut its hair, removed the lipstick, changed its clothes and voila! There goes your male doll!

4. Cochlear Implant Tattoo

Alistair Campbell got a tattoo of a cochlear implant on his head so that his daughter, who needs the device to hear, won’t feel left out.

5. Department of Ability

Dan White created the comic book series “Department of Ability” because he got fed up with how media portrays disabled people and children. The comic book features five superheroes whose disabilities are actually their superpowers. And, guess who the main character is? It’s his daughter, Emily, who happens to have spina bifida.

Written by Claire

Nurse. Writer. Voracious eater.

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