Single Dads Share Their Highs And Lows (15 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       30 Apr 2022       2238       5 GALLERY VIEW



“I’ve been a full-time single dad since November, and today I took my girls to get our nails done. It was my first time and I love it!”

“Slowly figuring out this single dad thing...”

“My son and me on his very first day of school! I plan on having pictures of the same pose and will gift it to him on his graduation day.”

“Bought a house for my daughter and me and managed just enough left to get this.”

“As a single dad, being able to work out tonight for the first time in years felt huge.”

 

“Just a heads-up for all you other single dads with daughters with long hair.”

“Using a brush when they still have conditioner in their hair in the shower can help remove tangles and snarls, making brushing and blow-drying easier.”

 

Izismile Videos

“I’m a single dad. My daughter asked when I’d teach her how to shave her legs. Well, today was the day.”

“Had to go to the ER today. My 9-year-old surprised me by making us breakfast. It was the best thing I’ve ever tasted.”

“Single dad here, this happens a lot.”

“Third year as a single dad, first time cooking turkey and stuffing. Came out pretty good!”

“Being a single dad is hard. It’s the little things that they remember.”

Advertisement

“I’m a single dad who recently figured out flat braids.”

“Traveling with 2 toddlers — I think I’ve got snacks figured out.”

“Being a single dad finally pays off! Kids got me this for my birthday and it made my day.”

“My uncle is a single dad. This is what he came up with when his 3-year-old asked for non-circle pancakes.”

“I’m a single dad. Despite the hardship and difficulties, I received this from my daughter. Guess I’m doing something right.”

Advertisement

Credits:  brightside.me


5   Comments ?
-9
1.
Kendrick 5 month s ago
Dads, don’t try to replace mom by doing feminine things like painting your nails. Subconsciously your children will lose respect for you. They need a strong male/father role model. There’s no replacement for that.
       
0
2.
Woody 5 month s ago
Kendrick,

Tell everyone that you are sexist and a gender biased, by saying the dumbest thing possible. Yup, you succeeded! You are no ones role model guranteed.
       
-2
3.
Beda 5 month s ago
I was a single Dad with two boys from K through college. They are both good men. Don't try to be their Mom or their buddy. Be Dad. Teach them to chop wood and cook meat loaf.
       
0
4.
Woody 5 month s ago
Beda,

To clarify... don't limit yourself to a role be a parent and set boundaries rather. Chopping wood is a nessesity based skill, while meatloaf is an everyone skill. My sisters learned to chop and chainsaw when we got a wood stove, just as much as my brothers.
       
0
5.
Becca 5 month s ago
Woody,

There is no reason you can't teach them to be compassionate and "manly" things. Every daughter needs to know how to change a tire and every son needs to know how to cook. If you are present and teach them to be self reliant, as well as empathetic, you are doing your job as a parent.
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot
Advertisement
Advertisement

Archives

2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
0000
Advertisement

How to comment

•    Don't insult other visitors. Offensive comments will be deleted without warning.

•    Comments are accepted in English only.

•    No swearing words in comments, otherwise such comments will be censored.

•    Your nickname and avatar are randomly selected. If you don't post comments for 7 days, they both are reset.

•    To choose another avatar, click the ‘Random avatar’ link.

random_banner_1