By medical definition, a baby delivered before 37 weeks is considered premature. As such, they, particularly those born very early, usually have complicated medical concerns.
One father learned this from experience but despite the worries, he and his wife managed to look at the bright side of the situation – by taking funny pictures of their baby.
In a BoredPanda feature, Matt Mac wrote:
“Our son Ryan was born 9 weeks premature weighing just under 3 lbs. He spent 6 weeks in the NICU and it seemed to last forever… Although things didn’t go according to plan we didn’t let it slow us down. We joked that he wasn’t premature just ‘advanced’ – so I came up with the idea that we should do a photoshoot of him doing manly adult things.”
The results of their efforts have since made a huge impact on netizens as many labeled the photo series as both hilarious and heartwarming. It likewise captured the attention of many major websites.
According to the awesome dad, each shoot took around 15 to 20 minutes to capture and then the rest of the work went to setting up the shoot (preparing the props, outfits, lighting, etc) and adding some Photoshop magic.
So yes, to clarify the obvious, none of the ‘dangers’ are real.
“My wife often helped out by holding him so I could put his hands/arms/legs in certain positions, holding things,” said Matt. “After I got the pictures of Ryan, I would take some shots of anything that he couldn’t actually hold, like the ax swinging or the fish on the fishing line.”
Check out the rest of the adorable images here:
Meanwhile, Matt tells us baby Ryan is now 6.months old and “finally on the growth chart.”
As for fellow parents of preemie babies, he says he has “three pieces of advice” namely “be patient, be positive, and seek support.”
Guy Tweets Live Updates As Stepson Tries To Sneak Girl Out From Their House
This is exciting!
Every teenager has an experience of sneaking out of the house when the parents are at home. Sneaking out someone else from the house, is another story - especially when your mom is there.
In a recent Twitter live updates, a stepdad shared funny tweets, telling his readers in real time how his stepson tries to sneak out his girlfriend from their house after a sleepover.
The series of funny tweets made viewers excited about how Twitter user, @DropsNoPanties, would update them on the events during the morning. He knew someone was sleeping in his stepson's room. Soon enough, his tweets went viral, with even an international audience asking for updates. ...
Mom Hits Teen Daughter With Flip-Flop From Impossibly Long Distance
That was a remarkable throw!
Not all people can throw objects really long and precise. One particular mom, however, realized that having this capability could be handy.
A video showing a mother’s incredible aim to strike her fleeing daughter with her sandal from an impossible distance has gone viral for all the right reasons. The hilarious footage shows an angry mother refusing to race after her daughter who ran down a street. Instead, she picked up her flip-flop and did an NFL-worthy throw to stop the teen in her tracks.
50 Fashion Fails Turned Into Hilarious Memes
Who could forget #36?
When Heidi Klum said “In fashion, one day you’re in, and the next you’re out” in “Project Runway,” it wasn’t just a cute catchphrase, it was the truth. Fashion is very tricky. What you thought was super cool in the past may look strange and bizarre in the present.
However, there are trends that we couldn’t believe fashion designers, celebrities, social media stars, and influencers expect us to like. Some are silly, others are confusing, and most of them are simply ridiculous. Thankfully, the internet transformed these disasters into our little entertainment. Here are 50 fashion fails turned into memes.
1. When you realized you have too many jackets and just one body.
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