Single dad dresses up as a woman for Mother's Day - his way to keep his kids from feeling left out
August 26, 2022
Parenting is not easy, we know this very well. All mothers and fathers who face this challenge every day are aware of it, but they look forward to their everyday life with joy and serenity because a smile from their child is enough to make them feel invincible. There are many difficulties to be faced, however, both for couples and, even more so, for single parents. Whether it's a single mom or dad, you need a great deal of willpower and patience to ensure everything goes well and your little ones grow up peacefully.
The father we want to tell you about has shown that he has many beautiful qualities and has given his children truly exciting moments, despite the fact that he is a single dad. Here is his story:
via Inside Edition
Chatchai Panuthai is a young single dad who lives with his two children, Imsome and Ozone, in Thailand. After his divorce from his wife (who moved to Europe), the man had to face parenting on his own, which put all these responsibilities on his shoulders. So, what did he do? He did not let himself become discouraged and managed to move forward, trying to ensure his little ones grew up in a serene and peaceful environment.
When a father manages to organize and balance the management of work and family life, we can only admire his fighting spirit and his willpower. There are cases in which, however, a mother figure is irreplaceable, so what can be done in these cases? Panuthai had to face a similar situation, but found a solution that thrilled the entire web.
On Mother's Day - which is celebrated in August in Thailand - the man knew that every child would spend the day celebrating, but his children would have felt excluded given the absence of their mother. Without hesitating, he came up with a brilliant idea and put it into practice. He dressed up in women's clothes, put a bow in his hair and took the place of the absent mother.
Confused by seeing him dressed in this way, his little ones, did not understand what their father was up to. But those who attended the celebration did and praised him. Kornpat Ae Sukhom, a friend of Panuthai, captured everything in a video. "He did not want his children to feel abandoned because their mother had left them. He is the best mother," Kornpat declared. And he isn't wrong.
How many fathers would do something like this for their children to make them feel good, despite the absence of their mother? Maybe most, but irrespective, this father's gesture was commendable. The more than 6 million users who viewed the video clip have understood this very well.
What do you think of this dad?