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Dad creates private club for daughters in the home and their reactions to their mom's entry are epic

One dad decided to turn a room in their house into a nightclub, complete with colorful disco lights, for his little daughters.

Dad creates private club for daughters in the home and their reactions to their mom's entry are epic
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @erinsaba_

Being a girl dad can be challenging but fun at the same time. This dad on Instagram is proving how bonding with daughters and creating a fun environment for them takes just a bit of humor and effort. Erin Saba– a mom of three who goes by @erinsaba_ on Instagram–shared a video of her husband Jake creating a nightclub-like ambiance in their home, complete with disco lights in a dark room where his young daughters in pyjamas can have fun. He probably takes the trophy for being the coolest dad of the year as he acts like a bouncer at the door of the room that has been given a nightclub makeover.

Image Source; Instagram | @erinsaba_
Image Source: Instagram | @erinsaba_

The dad, acting as a bouncer with a piece of paper and shades on, stares wordlessly at his daughters as a Jack Harlow song plays in the background. Saba prompts her daughter to say her name to the bouncer and when she does, the dad checks for her name on the paper list in his hand and grants her entry into the little nightclub he has created for them. The second daughter does the same thing her sister did and gives her name to their dad, who seems to double-check the details on the paper he holds. 

As she is granted entry into the makeshift nightclub, it's Saba's turn to join her girls. But this time, Jake simply lets her in the room without any hassle or checking her name on the list, which creates a funny situation as the little girls watch their mother enter the club. They squeal in joy and the brief video cuts off right there, leaving viewers craving for more snaps and clips from the nightclub Jake had built lovingly for his daughters.

Image Source: Instagram | @erinsaba_
Image Source: Instagram | @erinsaba_

The comments section applauded the innovative idea Jake had for his daughters and jokingly complained about how the viewers did not get a glimpse of the exclusive nightclub. @lilygks wrote, "Coolest dad ever! Well done. This is a memory that will last a lifetime. Love this!!" @telfairclaudette commented, "Some children are so blessed to have parents like these. It's fun, it's lessons, it's time and creativity helps." @c.o.r.a.l.1.n.e added, "I love the way you put away the phone to play with your kids and not post all of the experience online and it shows how you prioritize your kids first and it's cute."

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It is not the first time a dad has built something wholesome for his own kids or others in the community. A father from San Antonio, Texas, decided to invest a whopping $35 million to build a theme park for his daughter with special needs and it is also open and free for people with disabilities. The father, Gordon Hartman, was upset when he found out about his 12-year-old autistic daughter's difficulties while making friends during a family vacation and he took matters into his own hands. He started working on the park, which he named Morgan's Wonderland and eventually turned it into an ultra-accessible theme park in the city.

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“It’s a park for 100 percent of the people, not one for 90 or 80 percent of them, it’s for everybody, no matter how acute their special need may be,” Hartman told PEOPLE. “That’s what my dream was.” Hartman also said that anyone with a disability is admitted free of charge, no questions asked. Hartman wanted to create a place where no child would feel discriminated against. “It’s about not letting anyone feel different. That’s what we tried to do with this park,” he said. The park opened in 2010 and became the world’s first theme park designed with disabled people in mind and built for everyone’s enjoyment.



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