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25 times parents nailed the assignment on being wholesome and supportive of their kids

These pictures of parents might just make you teary-eyed with their sincere efforts to put a smile on the faces of their children.

25 times parents nailed the assignment on being wholesome and supportive of their kids
Cover Image Source: (L) X | @icantstanyu, (R) Reddit | u/BushidoPurple

We never grow old in our parents' eyes. Whether we are five or 55, they will continue to worry about us and our well-being till the very end. Whether it is about knitting adorable Christmas sweaters or going with the flow to indulge in the activities their kids enjoy, parents will literally do anything and everything to make their kids smile. However, each parent has their own way of expressing love to their kids. Not everyone is vocal about it or physically affectionate with their children, but the little things they do for them make a whole lot of difference in the developmental years of a child. So, here are some heartwarming moments shared by netizens on various social media platforms that capture the love and care their parents shower on them and how they constantly support their kids in different phases of their lives.

1. "I was an addict for over 10 years of my life, but my son came into this world with a sober dad."

Image Source: Reddit | u/huntervsaddiction
Image Source: Reddit | u/huntervsaddiction

2. Proud dad wearing his favorite shirt



 

3. "I created a Dads and Daughters Hair Class to help other fathers learn about doing hair. I'm so proud of these dads for stepping up and building a better bond with their daughters."

Image Source: Reddit | u/MashedPotatoh
Image Source: Reddit | u/MashedPotatoh

4. Cute matching family outfits



 

5. "My buddy Gregg built this handicap-accessible snow fort for his daughter."

Image Source: Reddit | u/danthoms
Image Source: Reddit | u/danthoms

6. "I am 52 and recently found that my mom saved many of my toys from my childhood/teen years."

Image Source: Reddit | u/Fidelio
Image Source: Reddit | u/Fidelio

7. "I’ve been drawing the bi flag on my hand for a long time and I didn’t think my parents realized what it was, but while getting on my PC, I saw this and I’m about to start bawling."

Image Source: Reddit | u/HECK_MAN1222
Image Source: Reddit | u/HECK_MAN1222

8. "Asian Santa. Dad dressed up even though I'm 23 and the youngest (sister) is 20."

Image Source: Reddit | u/BushidoPurple
Image Source: Reddit | u/BushidoPurple

9. "My husband had a date night with our daughter to play Zelda since she doesn’t get to play much. Our sons look on enviously."

Image Source: Reddit | u/redlightgreenlighter
Image Source: Reddit | u/redlightgreenlighter

10. "I finally had the opportunity to sign the adoption papers for my sweet little son."

Image Source: Reddit | u/CesaroSalad
Image Source: Reddit |u/CesaroSalad

11. "My daughter forgot her favorite toy in the car and was extremely upset. I sent her photos to show her that Sheepy was okay and helping me at work."

Image Source: Reddit | u/KimAnderson
Image Source: Reddit | u/KimAnderson

12. "7th wedding anniversary gift from my mother-in-law that she hand-painted for us."

Image Source: Reddit | u/MeetTheBrewers
Image Source: Reddit | u/MeetTheBrewers

13. "Hey Reddit, check out the scarf my mom made for me! Love you, mom."

Image Source: Reddit | u/Syphon_Kai
Image Source: Reddit | u/Syphon_Kai

14. Blossoms of love



 

15. Sometimes they are too adorable



 

16. They are caring in their own way



 

17. "At 28 years old, I was adopted by my stepfather of 25 years. No matter the situation, he endured and as I matured, we grew closer and our relationship stronger. I am proud to honor his family legacy!"

Image Source: Reddit | u/cgrabowski
Image Source: Reddit | u/cgrabowski

18. "I crochet full-body costumes for my son! Xenomorph was this year!"

Image SourcE: Reddit | u/Chrochetverse
Image SourcE: Reddit | u/Crochetverse

19. "My daughter is blind and for her ninth birthday party, we made braille chocolate message slabs: I LOVE YOU and HAPPY BIRTHDAY in braille."

Image Source: Reddit | u/mack3r
Image Source: Reddit | u/mack3r

20. "I’ve been a full-time single dad since November and today I took my girls to get our nails done. It was my first time and I love it!"

Image Source: Reddit | u/Benzorgz
Image Source: Reddit | u/Benzorgz

21. That is a real protective father



 

22. "My mother is 67 years young and learned how to paint from watching Bob Ross. She is painting my siblings and I canvases of our homes. She even included my dog, Jax!"

Image Source: Reddit | u/BertMacklinFB1x
Image Source: Reddit | u/BertMacklinFB1x

23. "Texts from Dad."

Image Source: Reddit | u/kokoromelody
Image Source: Reddit | u/kokoromelody

24. "Welp, 18 years after high school and I’m jumping in and showing my daughter anything is possible."

Image Source: Reddit | u/Chexty2600
Image Source: Reddit | u/Chexty2600

25. "My mom just dropped off a huge hamper on my doorstep for my 25th birthday! Best present ever!"

Image Source: Reddit | u/smorgalorg
Image Source: Reddit | u/smorgalorg

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