24 People Who Are Really Nailing This Parenting Thing

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1. The mom who came up with the “get along shirt.”

The mom who came up with the "get along shirt."

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2. These parents who know how to travel with kids.

These parents who know how to travel with kids.

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3. Any parent that uses the same tactics on their kids and their cats.

Any parent that uses the same tactics on their kids and their cats.

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4. These parents who are planning for the future.

These parents who are planning for the future.

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5. The masterminds who came up with this trick.

The masterminds who came up with this trick.

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6. The parent who wakes up their kids like this.

The parent who wakes up their kids like this.

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7. This dad who finally got his baby to fall asleep.

This dad who finally got his baby to fall asleep.

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8. This dad who taught his son the classics.

This dad who taught his son the classics.

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9. The parent who taught their daughter to have a healthy perspective on gender roles.

The parent who taught their daughter to have a healthy perspective on gender roles.

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10. This thoughtful father who planned ahead on Halloween.

This thoughtful father who planned ahead on Halloween.

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11. This dad who has a surprise planned for his kids.

This dad who has a surprise planned for his kids.

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12. This parent who teamed up with the tooth fairy to get what they wanted.

This parent who teamed up with the tooth fairy to get what they wanted.

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13. Any parent who names their kid “Tahra Dactyl.”

Any parent who names their kid "Tahra Dactyl."

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14. The parent who brought blanket forts to a whole new level.

The parent who brought blanket forts to a whole new level.

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15. This dad who came up with the greatest father/baby costume ever.

This dad who came up with the greatest father/baby costume ever.

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16. This mom who is teaching her kids to use social media responsibly.

This mom who is teaching her kids to use social media responsibly.

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17. This dad who introduced his son to his hobbies.

This dad who introduced his son to his hobbies.

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18. This dad who just wants his kid to appreciate the great outdoors.

This dad who just wants his kid to appreciate the great outdoors.

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19. This dad who lets his kid go out dressed as Batman.

This dad who lets his kid go out dressed as Batman.

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20. This dad who discovered a lifehack that makes everyone happy.

This dad who discovered a lifehack that makes everyone happy.

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21. This dad who is equal parts embarrassing and awesome.

This dad who is equal parts embarrassing and awesome.

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22. This mom who still knows how to have fun.

This mom who still knows how to have fun.

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23. This dad who taught his son to not waste food.

This dad who taught his son to not waste food.

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24. This dad who punished his daughter by making her wear his face to school.

This dad who punished his daughter by making her wear his face to school.

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  • Derek

    I’m 32 years-old, but when I was 10 or 11 I developed the awfully bratty habit of saying “So, sue me.” if I was told I did something wrong. I’m sure I picked it up from tv or another child. Regardless, I was asleep in my bed one Saturday when I woke up to someone slipping a note under my door. It was a handwritten subpoena from my father. He had sued me. It read that court was to be held downstairs at our kitchen table. As I approached, I saw my father seated at the table with a hammer/gavel and a box of doughnuts in front of him. He said “Hearye, hearye, court is in session” and invited me to defend my case for using this term so frequently. Needless to say, I did not win over the court. It was decreed that I am to longer use the phrase and was thus allowed to indulge in the box of doughnuts.

    My fear of being a parent is not being a parent, it’s that I could never kill it the way mine did. I am eternally grateful for them.

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