Now I've Seen Everything
Now I've Seen Everything

20+ Stories That Prove Parents Are Capable of Doing Anything Out of Love for Their Children

Changing lifestyles, sacrificing jobs, going the extra mile to do your best, or learning to do more than one thing at a time: these are just some of the many examples of how a parent can show love for their children. Nothing is impossible for them when it comes to their little ones (or their not-so-little ones).

Now I’ve Seen Everything is pretty sure that some parents are like guardian angels; their dedication and ability to do the impossible for their children is infinite, and the love they feel for their “babies” is reflected in the continuous effort they make to see them happy, which is why we made this compilation to prove it.

1. “My dad passed away when I was 16, but before, he pre-payed flowers so I could receive them every year on my birthday. Well, this is my 21st birthday flowers and the last. Miss you so much daddy.”

2. A small detail, but one that touches the depths of your soul.

3. “I asked Dad to give me money for a new backpack, but he said he could make it himself. He is the best.”

4. “I’m a lone dad that’s shaved my head all my life, I’m learning how to do different hairstyles for my daughter with the help of YouTube videos, I’m proud of this plait!”

5. “Me and my wife were never able to have kids. We just got the opportunity to adopt!”

6. “I’ve been fighting cancer since May of 2017. My daughter and I were still able to keep our regular Mario Kart sessions going, even when I had a 2 week stay in the hospital after major surgery.”

7. A mom bakes a cake and takes care of her baby at the same time.

8. Everything to accompany the little king.

9. About children’s things

10. “So that my 4-year-old daughter wouldn’t get moody on a flight, we asked her to draw a postcard for the captain or the crew of the plane and gave it to her after the flight. As a result, the captain allowed my daughter to sit in the cabin.”

11. A father sees everything

12. “I basically let my business fall apart so I could become best friends with my daughter. No regrets!”

13. Bath time can become the most fun time of the day.

14. “I told my dad that I bought the game ’Risk’ and wanted to play it with him. He said he’d never played. I show up to his house and find him with printed out battle plans and map strategies.”

15. “This is what happens when you let your children projectile vomit the contents of the dressing up box onto you.”

16. Illness is not an obstacle if a son or daughter needs help

“My dad suffers from bipolar disorder and depression. He was in bed feeling very ill the other day, but when I asked him to help me measure an apartment I was interested in (he used to be a very good architect) he woke up, got dressed and told me, ’This is important for you so let’s go.’ And he did.”

17. “My daughter has had a hard time adjusting to a new little sister born a month ago. I took her out on a daddy daughter date tonight to reassure her that she’s still my little princess.”

18. A dad teaching his blind son to shift gears

19. To buy his daughter a new dress, her father worked double shifts. And she was so moved that she hugged him and burst into tears.

20. “Not only do I build cool rigs, I also cook, play video games, and play my part at being a cool dad. It’s a tough job but someones gotta do it.”

21. To be a father or mother for real, you don’t need a blood bond... having a truly tender and loving heart is enough.

22. Love for one’s children knows nothing about fashion

Do you remember the feats your parents did for you? Do you know anyone who is such a parent?

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