Dads With Their Kids- Is There Anything Sweeter? (Photos)

Recently, Babble Dadding blogger Michael Schmid shared a theory that, for mommies, there’s nothing better than seeing her significant other cuddled up with their kids.

We put this theory to the test and asked Babble bloggers to share their favorite family photo of their husbands with their offspring. The responses came in immediately and they were adorable, to say the least.

You can check them out after the jump. Then tell us, do you agree with this assessment? Do you have a photo of your partner and your kids that you cherish above all others?

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  • Meghan 1 of 24
    Meghan
    "Sadly, there are very few pictures of either of us with all three kids. I love this one because they're all together, but also because it was taken on our recent trip to Disneyland and it's a great reminder of the fun we had together."
    Follow me on Babble Kids
  • Meredith 2 of 24
    Meredith
    "Daddy's kisses are just a little bit sweeter when they happen in his office. They're actually kind of bonus kisses."
    Follow Meredith on Strollerderby
  • Beth Anne 3 of 24
    Beth Anne
    "Harrison, I know she's a very pretty girl. But you cannot offer to share your Rice Krispies Treats with strangers, especially after they say ‘no' three times. & stomping your feet with manic laughter is just plain scary, not an appropriate mating call. ~Doug, at a Halloween party when 2-year-old Harry found a girl he liked."
    Follow Beth Anne on Toddler Times
  • Heather 4 of 24
    Heather
    "I love this photo because you can see on their faces just how much fun they're having, and how happy they are to be together."
    Follow Heather on Babble Voices
  • Amber 5 of 24
    Amber
    "I snapped this picture one afternoon while everyone was piled on the couch watching television. For my husband fatherhood was a natural fit and this shot just reminds me what a great dad he is and how much they love him."
    Follow Amber on Babble Kids
  • Emily 6 of 24
    Emily
    "My husband, Michael with 3 of our 4 kids. Whether we're at work or at play, it's the digital life for us."
    Follow Emily on Baby's First Year
  • Jen 7 of 24
    Jen
    "This is my husband holding our 2 week old son. They were having a private moment and I grabbed the camera because my husband hardly ever lets me photograph him."
    Follow Jen on Babble Kids
  • Jaime 8 of 24
    Jaime
    "I seriously laugh out loud every time I look at that picture of them sleeping with her foot on his face. I can't take it."
    Follow Jaime on Family Style
  • Alice 9 of 24
    Alice
    "Henry loves nothing more than to wrestle with his dad, and Scott likes to give it his all. When I tried to take a picture of the mayhem, my dog photo-bombed me. Look at that face! He looks like he's thinking, "WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?" Which is what any reasonable person would ask, really."
    Follow Alice on Babble Voices
  • Monica 10 of 24
    Monica
    "I didn't marry a guy from a rock band for nothin'. Violet already loves the guitar. Each time Serge brings it out she goes wild trying to strum it with him."
    Follow Monica on Being Pregnant
  • Laura 11 of 24
    Laura
    "That was the moment he rode without training wheels... my husband is running a long side him to make sure he didn't fall. It was a big moment!"
    Follow Laura on Family Kitchen
  • John 12 of 24
    John
    "That picture was of two-week-old Kirby, or Birdie as we called her in those NICU days. She was so tiny that she had no bottom, just two itty-bitty stick legs that went straight to her back."
    Follow John on Babble Voices
  • MommyShorts 13 of 24
    MommyShorts
    "Every morning, my husband and my daughter share a blueberry smoothie. She doesn't want her own and she doesn't want to share mine. She wants her own straw in his glass. One of numerous ways my daughter is clearly Daddy's Little Girl."
    Read more from MommyShorts on her personal blog here
  • Casey 14 of 24
    Casey
    "Cody and Addie Alligator hunting in Florida, Cody was far more skittish than Addie."
    Follow Casey on Babble Kids
  • Stacie 15 of 24
    Stacie
    The look on their faces says it all.
    Follow Stacie on Babble Kids
  • Michelle 16 of 24
    Michelle
    "When I imagined my husband as a future father, I swear I saw this photo in my mind."
    Follow Michelle on Strollerderby
  • Naomi 17 of 24
    Naomi
    "As my friend said 'Manly, yet nurturing.' Protecting the little ones from tumbling down the mountain on our first family hike."
    Follow Naomi on Toddler Times
  • Catherine 18 of 24
    Catherine
    "Arguably the very definition of summer and childhood and fatherhood and loveliness: a fishing lesson on a still lake at sunset. I don't think that I could love them more."
    Follow Catherine on Babble Voices
  • Mommyfriend 19 of 24
    Mommyfriend
    "A random sweet moment between BooBoo and my husband complete with pinchy cheeks and daddy adoration."
    Follow Mommyfriend on Kid Scoop
  • Andrea 20 of 24
    Andrea
    "Love=being goofy. This is me introducing my dad to the powers of Photobooth on my Mac computer. Nobody makes me laugh like he does; nobody."
    Follow Andrea on Twitter
  • Gabrielle 21 of 24
    Gabrielle
    "Ben Blair and Baby June in the south of France. This is what traveling with kids looks like."
    Follow Gabrielle on Family Style
  • Roni 22 of 24
    Roni
    "Saturday was Little Bean's first birthday. We had a party at the house with friends, family and more green stuff then I'd like to admit (it was also St. Paddy's day.)"
    Follow Roni on Toddler Times
  • Shana 23 of 24
    Shana
    "My gang tried to fool me into thinking they'd fallen asleep when I came home from an evening errand. Of course, I pretended to be surprised. But they looked so sweet together that I almost wished they were really snoozing!"
    Follow Shana on Fame Crawler
  • Julie 24 of 24
    Julie
    "I love this one. Mike and Willem at Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper, Alberta."
    Follow Julie on Family Kitchen

You can see Mike’s original post here.

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