The poor child was stuck with a raft on his head and the Internet saved the little dude from his struggle by turning him into a flying saucer, ocean monster, and even teaming him up with Sir Lancelot the Brave, Sir Galahad the Pure, Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot, and the aptly named Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Film.
As a kid, we've all lost something important on a family vacation. It can be an item as simple as a towel, or something catastrophic like your favorite stuffed animal. Things happen. It's all a part of growing up. That's why it was no surprise that there was such a HUGE response when Redditor kontankarite posted the following message : "Friend's son lost his favorite toy. Parents said the elephant is traveling around the world. Would love to share images of his travel with his son."
A lot of the time we say that mothers know the struggles of stay-at-home parenting. Such as, chasing the kids around the house, changing them maybe 6 times a day because somehow they get dirty from the clean house (it's quit impressive really) cleaning all the destruction they have made (seriously how long has that apple been there?). Oh lets not forget the biggest struggle of them all... those awesome tantrums and fits! The struggle is real....but we sometimes forget it could be the fathers that have that honor. Or at least for a while. Many countries actually give fathers a paternity leave as well, which allow them to hep out and bond.
So when Norwegian artist Ståle Gerhardsen, took his paternity leave, which made him a stay-at-home dad, it was all to our gain. The father of two has and still creates the most hilarious cartoons in which he depicts the joy and chaos of caring for his two kids.
If you grew up with siblings, then you know how infuriating they can be; they'll steal your food, tattle on you and embarrass you right in front of your friends. But at the same time, you always have someone to hang out with and you know that deep down they always have your back!