Sh*t just got real.
Sh*t just got real.
“No matter what our beliefs, we’re parents first.”
You are doing it all wrong DAD!
Oh my god, the little Nightmare Before Christmas one is so cute.
Moms: The real superheroes.
24 BuzzFeed employees answered, and the results were heartwarming and surprising.
What has the internet done to our children?
The local community came together to make sure Ruby could take her dad to Disneyland.
This takes #fitfam to a whole new level.
Whether this is real, fake, or somewhere in between, let her story be an incredibly important lesson to all of us.
TEARS WARNING: You shouldn’t watch this if you’re in public.
Grab the tissues and let’s get emotional.
Jinna Yang’s father died before he had a chance to see the world, and she wanted to change that.
Oh, fair warning, this post contains photos of a dead person wearing sunglasses.
The girl behind the attack is currently in a juvenile detention center.
Carol Coronado is facing murder charges after being discovered by deputies in her home with the dead bodies of her 3-year-old, 2-year-old, and 2-month-old, according to reports.
Officials at the high school were able to put together something special for Megan Snugg and her family.
Featuring the dad who tried reasoning with his baby, an incredibly moving look at how the blind see beauty, and the most adorably annoying dog in the world.
“Let’s clean up your room a little bit.”
A+ parenting, right here. A duet for the ages.
Hey, if you’re going to play dress-up, why not do it with Oscar nominated films.
Obama deflty deflects a French reporter’s question.
Shanell Mouland wasn’t expecting much when an older businessman sat next to her daughter on a flight back from Disney, but it turns out he knew just what to do.
Emer Gillespie gave up control of her camera and let her 11-year-old daughter Laoisha, who has Down syndrome, call the shots in these wonderful portraits.
Before Fred Evans, father of four, died of cancer, he was determined to do one thing: walk his two unmarried daughters down the aisle. Grab the tissues.
Every day should be Daughters’ Day. Because they make the world a better place. (via buzzfeed.com)
Daughters can change their dads’ lives — there’s even scientific evidence they make dads better people. So BuzzFeed asked dads what they’ve learned from their girls.
Mom is the clear star of this particular show.