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10 Dad Types Told Through Comics

By Roni |

Sometimes I think Dads get a bad rap. They are constantly made fun of in commercials and media being depicted as being dopey or incompetent. Sure, most Dads I know fit that category but that can’t be the norm?

Can it?

I’m kidding of course. Actually, most of the Dads I know are the fun hands on type. Nothing like these Dads in the cartoon. Nope. No relationship at all.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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10 Dad Types told Through Comics

The Hands-Off Dad

*sigh* I know this type well. Too well.
Photo Credit: "http://www.cartoonstock.com

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6 thoughts on “10 Dad Types Told Through Comics

  1. Jenna says:

    My husband’s a baby-wearing dad. From the second he walks in the door at night, Liam is his. Which gives me a little time to read or catch up on TV :)

  2. MadelinePetersen says:

    The first one is all too familiar. Steve is hands on, but when Tate cries, he ends up in my hands.

    Steve wears Tate when the 3 of us are out and about and I love it!

  3. Bre says:

    I laughed out loud at work at the last one! I had to share it with the office because they all thought I was crazy :)

  4. Sara says:

    The first one and the last one were GREAT. So true in my house…

  5. Sara says:

    I cracked up at the last one too! It was totally the funniest of all. How sick am I? LOL!

  6. Digital Molly says:

    Roni these are hilarious!

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