A New Zealand father didn't want his daughter to be self conscious of her cochlear implant — so he got a tattoo of one for himself.
Alistair Campbell's daughter six-year-old daughter Char
Alistair talked to the New Zealand Herald about his decision
Mr Campbell, who had no other tattoos, said he wanted to do it to show her that he could go through a little bit of pain for her too.
"My love for her really," he said. "Hey my hair can grow back."
Mr Campbell had shaved his head completely to get the tattoo done but said he would be letting his hair grow back.
He'd shave it off again and show off the tattoo at "special occasions," or if Charlotte wanted to see it.
The article said Mrs. Campbell's mother had a cochlear implant and her son, Lewis, 8, wore hearing aids so it wasn't a big surprise when Charlotte needed one.
The tattoo has not only help out his daughter, but also drawn a great deal of attention to the Hear 4 Kidz Trust of which the Campbell family is a part.
You might as well just stop trying, other dads, the Father of the Year has been decided.
That was a joke. Never stop trying to be a good father, you dolts.