Bad Parenting of the Day: Baby Poses with Gun Collection

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Bad Parenting of the Day: Baby Poses with Gun Collection
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A picture that was originally posted to Facebook has now made its way around the web shows a baby in an Alabama onesie posing in the center of an extensive gun collection. One question that has been posed by many of us: is that blanket made by Remington or is it the name of the baby?

Cute Overload of the Day: Kid Has a Conversation with Himself in the Bathroom

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A father caught his child contemplating his dietary choices out loud in the bathroom.

Awkward Moment of the Day

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Meet Hashtag Jameson, a newborn baby girl who has reportedly been named after the metadata tag used on Twitter.

Look at This Baby of the Day

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YouTube filmmaker Patrick Boivin, the cool dad who made a viral splash a couple years ago with an Iron Man parody video starring his baby girl Marguerite, presents yet another baby warrior action short featuring Iron Baby's little brother Romeo as the "Dragon Baby."

Somehow This Is News of the Day

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Somehow This Is News of the Day
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Well, Snooki just gave birth last night. It's also known that the ancient Mayans foretold 2012 as the End of the World.

COINCIDENCE? Yes, probably. Snooki and co. could never possibly amount to anything that important.

[tmz]

Badass Dad of the Day

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Karl Kesel, a writer and inker for DC Comics, is selling a trove of old comics that he's been collecting and preserving since childhood.

What for? The Kesels recently adopted a baby with heroin-addicted birth parents, and need money to pay for the child's rehabilitation costs.

Kesel has found some solace in the sale:

I don't necessarily feel like I'm putting away childish things. I may be putting away my childish things. But I'm embracing Isaac's.
I think I'm getting another childhood here.

[oregonian]

Flash Mob of the Day

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Sometimes, on quiet afternoons at Twitter HQ, a guy in a letterman jacket will start a flash mob.

Watch as tech geeks the lunchroom over rise up to join him in a choreographed dance to Justin Bieber's "Baby."

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(Not Safe For ... Pretty Much Anything -- excessive use of the Biebs.)

[@lisaphillips]