Let's hear it for the great dads out there. They protect us, love us and no one is over-protective like a father. However, they can also be the absolute worst. I don't know what it is about producing offspring that causes their sense of humor to warp so drastically. Is it a brain chemical? Is it an evolutionary response to something from thousands of years ago that was ingrained in males' DNA that showed the best way to care for their young was to make 3,465% more puns? Hey, at least they care.
This dad takes parenting seriously. He wants to make sure everyone is aware this is, indeed, a baby. Seem silly, no?
Doesn't seem so silly anymore, does it? A baby label would come in handy right about now. I can't tell these two things apart. Which is a shame, since I could really go for a smoothie right now but am too terrified of putting the wrong one in the blender.
I get that fathers can be a little over-protective of their kids. Some aren't comfortable with their face being seen online by countless strangers. However, there has to be a better way to hide their identity. They look like a superhero that only fights criminals with a gluten intolerance.
Or, if you're willing to put more time and effort into a costume, this is another option. Sure, his mom might be upset you actually shaved his head for this. But hey, if you're gonna enter a costume contest, you should be willing to do whatever it takes to win.
If these pictures taught me anything it's this: the best reason to have a baby is to dress them up. Raising them to be a wonderful human being? Yeah, whatever, that's fulfilling I bet. But mostly the dress up thing.
People on the fence about having kids always say they're afraid their lives will change and they won't be able to enjoy their hobbies anymore. Let's all thank this guy. He proves you can be a parent and continue to pursue your passions.
"You ready back there, kiddos? Now remember to hold on. This thing ain't got no seat belts, so I'm gonna need you to keep yourselves safe, otherwise your mother's gonna make sure I only get to see you every other weekend at most."
Pictures like these make you realize why Father's Day exists. These brave men sacrifice everything for their children. They're willing to do anything for their offspring... from a comfortable distance.