If you grew up with awesome parents, then you know it's probably impossible to appreciate them as much as they deserve to be appreciated.
The amount of patience, money, time, and effort it takes to raise good kids is crazy. But for a child receiving that kind of love and support, it makes all the difference.
And while any parent can simply "show up," or just be present physically for their kids, there are some folks who go above and beyond for their children. And these folks are parenting MVPs.
And it was very, very appreciated.
20-year-old Hector Zuniga is nonverbal and lives with autism. Part of his daily routine was renting a movie from his local Blockbuster. When news got out that their local store was closing down, Hector was sad, so his father built him his own Blockbuster store in their house. And it only took him 45 minutes to make. That's some high-level Dadding right there.
Mohamed Bzeek is a deeply religious widowed foster father who wants to make sure children have a sense of love and family before they pass away. He started fostering children with his late wife in 1989.
He's chronicling all of his awesome work on his Instagram account, laylaspatches.
In order to teach fathers about the intricate styles when it comes to their young daughter's hair, this dad set up a class to do just that.