Parenting memes are a pretty great highlight of parenthood. Here at Kinderling, we have a chuckle on the daily over some hilarious depiction of family life on social media.
Now there’s one dad who’s combined this meme love with one of our parenting hates – Lego Dad.
Listen to play expert Hanne Boutrup on Kinderling Conversation:
He shares amazing memes and photos featuring his family; his Lego partner, two Lego kids and their Lego dog. It could pretty much be any normal family (except for their coloured-brick twist).
Chatting with Huffington Post, he gives a little parenting advice - to keep parenting lighthearted; “It’s okay to laugh sometimes, even at yourself.”
“Kids will be kids regardless,” said Lego Dad. “The only advantage that I have as a parent is that I can take mine apart.”
These are some of our favourites!
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