Webcomic Artist And Father Transforms His Baby’s Sleep Patterns Into A Blanket

Webcomic artist and father Seung Lee used an app to track his son’s sleep patterns during his first year of life, then used that pattern as the basis for a knitting pattern for a baby blanket. Continue reading »

Teacher Shares Photos Of A Backpack A Father Made For His Son Because He Wanted To Save Money

Getting an education is one of the most important milestones of a child’s life which has a crucial role in determining a child’s future. However, according to the United Nations, almost 60 million primary school-aged children aren’t in school. One of the most common reasons is poverty. There are many children throughout the world, who, instead of going to school, have to work to support their families, collect water or look after their siblings. Continue reading »

Professional Anime Artist Continues Transforming His Sons’ Sketches Into Amazing Characters

In the past we’ve had the pleasure of introducing Tokyo-based French anime artist Thomas Romain and the collaborative series of artwork he produces with his two sons titled “Father and Sons Design Workshop Illustrations”. Continue reading »

The Father’s Nursing Assistant: Japanese Device Allows Fathers To Breastfeed Their Babies

Fathers sometimes like to say that they can do anything mothers can, except give birth and breastfeed. Well, thanks to a new device developed by Japanese company Dentsu, breastfeeding babies may not be a problem for fathers in the near future. Continue reading »

Father’s Game Guides Are Amazing

When you play games, you most likely make notes – in your mind. It is unlikely that you write down everything in diaries. Or maybe you write down who knows you. Continue reading »

Father Draws Cartoon Childhood For His Daughter

Chinese photographer Liu Feng used his camera to capture memories of his daughter’s childhood – but thought this method was a little too commonplace for his special seven-year-old. The creative father decided to draw his daughter Dora in cartoon style after each photograph. Continue reading »

Father Of Six Takes Magical Pictures Of His Kids As They Grow

Photographer and father of six Alain Laboile’s beautiful photos of his family and kids cannot help but conjure up fond memories of your own childhood. His eye for beautiful and vital compositions, along with his choice to shoot in black and white, give his photographs a timeless feel and make them seem as though they could have been a part of anyone’s childhood – as if they’re childhood or family universals. Continue reading »

Father Of The Year Builds An Amazing Bedroom For His Son

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Imgur user IScratchUntilIHaveNoSkinLeft turned an old worn down bedroom into the bedroom of his son’s dreams. Now his son has everything he could ever want right in his very own room. Continue reading »

Meet The Father Who Makes Amazing Sculptures Out Of Toast For Daughter Who Has Severe Food Allergies

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But a father-of-two is brightening the breakfasts of his youngest daughter, who suffers severe food allergies, by creating daily toast sculptures. Adam Perry said his nine-year-old daughter Scarlett could not eat dairy, eggs, nuts or shellfish, but that white bread was a safe option. His bread creations to date include the Statue of Liberty, a T-rex and – inspired by the Olympic Games – a silhouette of Mo Farah doing his trademark Mobot celebration. He uses two slices of bread, occasionally some sunflower oil spread, and to attach pieces together he either balances them, pinches them or uses a syringe of golden syrup. Continue reading »

Creative Father Puts His 3 Adorable Daughters Into Funny, Eclectic Photo Manipulations

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John Wilhelm, a 44-year-old IT director and father of three girls has used his passion for photography and digital photo manipulation to create a strange, eclectic and downright adorable series of photographs. While there is no singular theme to this collection, the series depicts his growing family getting themselves into some crazy, albeit fictional situations. Continue reading »

Father And Son Convert Old School Bus Into Mobile Tiny Home For Cross-Country Road Trip

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Patrick Schmidt quit his job, bought a 1990 school bus from a California church, and aimed to create a skoolie: a school bus that’s revamped for non-school purposes. When he first bought the bus in March, he decided to name it “Big Blue” and then drove it to his parents’ Las Vegas home. Continue reading »

Dad’s First Motorcycle Restored As Father’s Day Gift

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Joonas Torim, the designer from Estonian furniture company Oot-Oot Stuudio, made an incredible surprise to his father for this year’s Father’s Day. Restored to 99% authenticity, the story of the motorcycle K-125M from the year of 1954 is wonderful. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: “I Am Your Father”

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A monument to the character of Darth Vader from “Star Wars”, which was rebuilt from a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin, is seen in Odessa, Ukraine, October 23, 2015. Continue reading »

Girl Travels Europe with Cardboard Cutout of Late Father

Jinna Yang, a 25-year-old Chinese girl born in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A., went on a trek through Europe carrying a cardboard cutout of her father, who died from cancer two years ago.

She quit her fashion job in New York City, gave up her apartment, sold most of her clothes and brought her “father” with her as she traveled across Europe, in order to take him to all the countries he wanted to visit, while he was alilve. She put the pictures online in hopes of spurring others to follow their dreams and aspirations.

“I want the world to know who my dad was,” Yang explains. And, thanks to her creative homage, people approached her as she traveled, asking about the cutout and wanting to know more about her and her project. It led to strangers sharing their own stories of grief and loss. “That’s the great thing about traveling,” she says. “It really was healing for me.”

Now, Yang is planning her next trip, this time to Spain and Croatia. And, of course, dad will be right there with her.

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Le Louvre, in Paris, France; according to Yang, her father ran a dry-cleaning business in Norfolk, Virginia, where he worked for 12 hours a day for six days per week. (Photo: CFP)
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Photo of the Day: Like Father, Like Son

8-year-old Robert Irwin, son of Steve, feeds freshwater crocodiles with Australia Zoo’s Head of Reptiles, Josh Ruffell first time in public. (Getty)