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Real Dads Address Praise They Receive For Parenting

Real Dads Address Being Called "Father of the Year" For Performing Simple Parenting Acts

"Oh wow, you're going to leave a party to go help your wife at home because your child just got sick? You're father of the year!"

Dads have started to hit a (rightful) breaking point of late, as too many people consider their minor parenting moments — things like changing diapers or getting the kids from school, which moms do all the time without getting noticed — worthy of overwhelming praise. In this video from Care.com, real dads address the frustration they experience when friends, family, or strangers give them a pat on the back for doing something that is completely in their job description as a dad parent — and their commentary is actually pretty hilarious.

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