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A Huge Difference Between Mother's and Father's Style of Taking Care of Children

Updated on September 15, 2016

A father can never take a mother's place. It is true, but to what a great level this statement holds truth, you will come to know in the below pictures. After going through these ten points described pictorially, you are surely going to ask your dad, "Dad, did you do this?" or might be possible you are able to recall some of these incidents, maybe not with you, but with someone else.

All women should know how to take care of children, most of them will have husband some day...

— Franklin P. Jones, American Journalist

#1 Meal Time

Mothers know that meals are a perfect time to bond with your children. Dads know that meals are a perfect time to eat off of your children. Thanks Dad!

#1 Meal Time
#1 Meal Time | Source

In the picture, the mother is having good time with her daughter while the father is trying to lick a piece of food from his son's face.

#2 Cooking

Moms plan safe and fun cooking activities that young kids can participate in. Dads put their toddlers on the grill. Safety first, Dad!

#2 Cooking
#2 Cooking | Source

The mother is helping her daughter in teaching her how to cook. On the other hand, the father is telling his daughter how to get cooked.

#3 Grocery Shopping

Moms check labels to ensure they're buying the healthiest foods for their family. Dads check the kid occasionally to make sure they're not suffocating under the food. Get a cart, Dad!

#3 Grocery Shopping
#3 Grocery Shopping | Source

In the picture, the mother knows how to carry his son and foods, while the father failed to distinguish between his kid and foods.

#4 Snack Time

Moms know that healthy snacks are important for growing kids. Dads just use whatever is around. Have a better plan, Dad!

#4 Snack Time
#4 Snack Time | Source

The mother is feeding her kid so lovingly, while it looks like that the father is recalling his childhood memories through his kid.

#5 Play Time

Moms find toys that are educational and fun. Dads use their toys to make fun of their kids. Play time is over, Dad!

#5 Play Time
#5 Play Time | Source

The mother knows how to play with her kid. The father knows how to have fun all by himself.

#6 Biking

Moms help you balance and navigate the street safely. Dads steal your bike. Get your own bike, Dad!

#6 Biking
#6 Biking | Source

The mother knows how to teach biking to her kid, while the father knows how to run away with his kid's bike.

#7 Family Time

Moms choose family friendly books to read to their kids. Dads let you watch him play the latest video game. When's it my turn, Dad?

#7 Family Time
#7 Family Time | Source

The mother is teaching her children about the actual family tree, while the father is teaching his children how to make a stair.

#8 Amusement Parks

Moms like rides that are fun for the whole family, even the younger kids. Dads like the thrill rides. Stop freaking me out, Dad!

#8 Amusement Parks
#8 Amusement Parks | Source

Mother is riding for her kid. Father is riding for himself.

#9 Zoo

Moms take you to the zoo to learn about animals. Dads take you to the zoo to lower you into the animal enclosure. Not cool, Dad!

#9 Zoo
#9 Zoo | Source

The mother is showing an animal to her kid. On the other hand, the father is showing his kid to the animal.

#10 Halloween

Moms like costumes that are cute and age appropriate. Dads like to dress you up as a psycho killer. Be careful what you wish for, Dad!

#10 Halloween
#10 Halloween | Source

The mother knows decoration, but the father knows innovation.

Check out this cute video of Dad playing with his kids, when the mom is not around. The camera is set up by mom to capture the kids' video, so that she could show it to their grandma, but instead of that, she finds out how his husband takes care of their kids, when she is not at home. The video is, no doubt, extremely cute...

Caring for children is a dance between setting appropriate limits as caretakers and avoiding unnecessary power struggles that result in unhappiness...

— Charlotte Davis Kasl

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