16 Examples Proving That Being a Father Is a Great Challenge for Really Tough Guys

    16 Examples Proving That Being a Father Is a Great Challenge for Really Tough Guys
    Greg

    8:59 AM EST, November 23, 2023, updated: 5:54 PM EST, November 24, 2023

    Sleepless nights, constant feeding, putting toys away and looking around to spot the most mobile creature in the world. Daddy's life is not easy; you have to be organized, you need to react quickly and all the time you must be sensitive and understanding, wiping all the tears flowing down the little cheeks. But when you see this smile in this cute little face you immediately realize that this is what you live for…

    Take a look at the photos below and find out how exhausting being a full-time father can be.

    #1 When both armies are defeated by tiredness

    © Unknown / Imgur
    © Unknown / Imgur

    #2 You enter the bathroom and you see your kid washing a book in the basin

    © The_Anti-Monitor / Reddit
    © The_Anti-Monitor / Reddit

    #3 You wake up, you rub your eyes and you realize you are not dreaming

    © SeriesOfAdjectives / Reddit
    © SeriesOfAdjectives / Reddit

    #4 Like father, like son

    © fourg / Reddit
    © fourg / Reddit

    #5 The priority is to find a soft spot to have a nap on

    © biggerstr0nger / Reddit
    © biggerstr0nger / Reddit

    #6 White is not attractive. With a few crayons the laptop looks so vivid now

    © craghawk / Reddit
    © craghawk / Reddit

    #7 The princess in her bed and her dad on watch

    © gmlgp9868 / Imgur
    © gmlgp9868 / Imgur

    #8 Just a lick and the threat is gone

    © SwirlStick / Reddit
    © SwirlStick / Reddit
    © ImmaBadW0lf / Reddit
    © ImmaBadW0lf / Reddit

    #10 Have you ever wondered how loud a baby can be? Just to give you some reference, a motorbike without a muffler generates a noise of 100 dB

    © DDario / Reddit
    © DDario / Reddit

    #11 Apparently he just didn't know which game to choose...

    © Mumster / Reddit
    © Mumster / Reddit

    #12 'Dad, will you be my mermaid?'

    © taratorial / reddit
    © taratorial / reddit

    #13 Kids, as early as possible, should start to help parents with their household chores

    © DOS13 / reddit
    © DOS13 / reddit

    #14 Though my son can't speak yet, he just wants you to know how he is feeling

    © hug0rilla / reddit
    © hug0rilla / reddit

    #15 The dad taking the photo did not know that a two-year-old is not strong enough to hold on to the railing long enough to let him take the picture. This is how you gain experience...

    © TheBattleOfBallsDeep / reddit
    © TheBattleOfBallsDeep / reddit

    #16 When the house is ruled by girls, a man can do anything just to have a moment of peace

    © HeyjonA / reddit
    © HeyjonA / reddit

    Have you got similar experiences as a parent? Can you share some of your stories?

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