Fatherhood, you’re doing it right.
Showing his kids how to have a good time at the stadium, this father goes HAM and pulls out all the moves. From the robot to the air bicycle, this is just a great example of not giving a single f*ck at all.
Carpe Diem, folks.
And Dad of the year goes to…
This man deserves some major props for building his son a backyard roller coaster with a 12 ft. drop.
While I have a few concerns about the safety of this structure, it looks like the dad knows what he’s doing. As the child seems to be having a blast, I’m just going to watch this video with happiness and hope that the child is supervised at all times.
Although Wiz Khalifa isn’t rushing to go to a lamaze class with his pregnant wife Amber Rose, he’s certainly ready to be a dad — and he’ll even risk personal embarrassment. “If it’s a girl we’re going to paint to the whole car pink,” he said in a new episode of ANDPOP’s Small Talk. “And if it’s a boy, we’re going to black it out like the President of the United States. And I’m going to drive it if it’s the pink one, so you’ll see me in a pink Rolls Royce.”
Turns out, it’s a boy! So you’ll see him in his blinged out car next February.
ANDPOP’s Jordan Bortolotti spoke with the O.N.I.F.C. rapper while he was in Toronto all about parenthood. It sounds like he’s full of wisdom: “I think to be a good dad you have to have good parents first. My parents raised me really well,” he said. “You just have to raise your kids like everyday is a new day, like learn with them. You’re not so much trying to teach them everything.”
When I get into embarrassing situations, my parents usually do their very best to mask the humiliation. But in the case of this kid who got his head stuck in a stool, well…that’s just too damn bad for him.
While I don’t really know why this child decided to attempt this, I really applaud the father for recording this scenario. May this be a lesson to everyone to never stick their heads in strange places.
You just can’t win when you’re a parent, can you? For this dad trying to support his daughter while she’s on the monkey bars, whatever he does seems to be wrong. As his baby girl keeps cycling between, “I need you, I don’t need,” you just can’t help but feel sorry for this poor man.
*Sigh* Kids are so hard to please.
Getting a new addition to the family is often exciting when a baby is involved.
For her mother’s birthday, this woman announces that she is expecting. Reacting with glee and excitement, the expressions in this video are priceless.
Congrats to the family!
Talk about being a Daddy’s girl. Rumors are surfacing that 50% of Lady Gaga’s earnings (may it be from music sales, touring, merchandising, etc) gets split with her Dad Joe Germanotta.
The New York Post reports Gaga and Joe have two companies called “Team Love Child” and “Mermaid Music,” which everything gets split 50/50. “There’s really no justifiable sense to doing a 50/50 deal with anyone in your career, other than someone you’re partners in a band with,” says Josh Grier, an entertainment lawyer. “Certainly no artist entering a management deal does anything close to that—a commission is usually 15 to 20 percent.”
Joe is a huge influence on Gaga. When Gaga started to have problems with cocaine, it was Joe who stepped in and got her to straighten up. The story goes that Joe looked at her and said, “You’re f*cking up, kid” convincing her to clean up.
For that alone, Joe might be worth the 50%.
Demi Lovato should call her Dad who is pleading for her to call. Her Dad is dying of cancer. Demi hasn’t spoken to her Dad since November 2010, although its unclear why they are having problems.
Her father has made an emotional plea, assuring Demi all he wants to do is talk, according to Hollywood Life.
“My health isn’t what it used to be and I know my daughter loves her daddy, so please call me Demi. It is not like I want anything from her, all I want is her love. I’m so proud that she’s doing what she did, I knew the day she was born that she was special to me, but I didn’t know she would be so special to so many people,” Demi Lovato’s estranged father says.
Do you have an idea why Demi isn’t speak with her Dad? Do you think it’s related to her rehab stay?
Rocker, photographer, and co-founder of his own foundation, Bryan Adams can now add new papa to his list of jobs.
According to a rep who confirmed with PEOPLE, Adams welcomed a daughter last month with Alicia Grimaldi, co-founder of his foundation The Bryan Adams Foundation.
“I’m really proud to announce on 22 April, Mirabella Bunny was born,” said Adams, 51.
“She arrived like all good Easter bunnies on Easter Friday,” Adams added. “Mother and baby are both well and happy. Thanks in advance for your kind thoughts and wishes.”
It was first revealed by the rocker in March that he was to be a first-time father, explaining that Grimaldi “helped me start my foundation years ago and it looks like she’ll be running the family now!”
Adams will be resuming his world tour in June.
Congrats Bryan and may you and your family live a long and happy life!!
(However, I hope his daughter’s name really isn’t Mirabella Bunny…)
Katy Perry’s Dad, Keith Hudson, attended the AMA’s on Sunday where RadarOnline caught up with the proud father to talk about the newlyweds.
Hudson told RadarOnline he “could not have wished for a better son-in-law in Russell. He makes my girl so happy. She’s so happy and he makes her light up. They’re going to be just fine…”
Then, he threw in this zinger: “You couldn’t see two f**king happier people.”
After welcoming Bronx Mowgli, a baby boy, bassist Pete Wentz is taking a “breather”.
“Obviously, elephant in the room, Pete just had a kid, so we’ve been taking a bit of a breather — more so than we normally would. I think an FOB breather is still a lot busier than anybody else’s,” frontman Patrick Stump told MTV News, “We’ve done some surprise shows, because — we’ve all talked about it — whenever you promise kids an album, and then you push it back, whatever reason, however idealistic, you still feel like you’re letting them down a bit.
FOB’s “Folie à Deux” album has been pushed back to December 16, 2008.
“So we’ve gone out and done some surprise shows in really small clubs.” Stump continues to MTV News, “And it’s been pretty cool, because we haven’t been playing a lot of the new material, so we’re getting that out there before we start performing the new stuff. That’s kind of been our main thing right now, you know? Obviously, it’s more important than anything happening at home.”