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Celebrating Dads with Happy Father’s Day Humor GIVEAWAY

I’m celebrating dads with humor today! My husband is on a once-in-a-lifetime golf trip in Ireland and will be landing back in Boston shortly. He is doing a double celebration — for a friend’s 60th birthday and for Father’s Day  returning just in time for a Father’s Day dinner. It will be low key, perhaps even take out. A week without him is a long week indeed.

And so, to celebrate Father’s Day, I have rounded up a few funny tidbits that will make my husband laugh. Here’s hoping that your Father’s Day is wonderful too, filled with laughter and fun! Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, step dads, and grandfathers out there!! I hope you have a wonderful day. How are you celebrating Father’s Day today?

Father’s Day ePicture Book to Read with Kids

Every Dung Beetle Rolls Poop by Craig Fischer

This kindle book is what every dad should be reading to his child today. It has poop and a fatherly message. What’s not to love about that?

Father’s Day Jokes to Tell to Kids

My Town Tutors has an extensive list of Father’s Day Jokes for Dad. They also have 35 Great Father’s Day Quotes.

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Father’s Day Video to Watch with Kids

Finally, here’s a funny rap video from a dad celebrating fatherhood.

Damn dude, you got daddy skills…

A humorous commentary on how life changes when you enter the brave world of extra-early mornings, advanced diaper-changing technique, and the ins and outs of playground etiquette.

For the record no, not a stay-at-home dad. But hats off to those of you who are.

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Best Commercial Celebrating Dads from Oral-B

I am giving away an  Oral-B Deep Sweep TRIACTION 1000 Power toothbrush, a retail value of $64.99,  in honor of Father’s Day. Please see my Rafflecopter to enter.

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I do not get anything if you happen to purchase the music single but I do believe in supporting enterprising dads. They sent me an email to promote their video a few months ago.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

17 Comments

  1. Happy dad day to all the dads’ in the world.
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  2. Fascinating info in that dung beetle book!

  3. That Daddy skills video is so great…..I really enjoyed it
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  4. Vi

    I use a battery powered one but always use it manually… oops haha

  5. Dads and poop go together perfectly! Love the dung beetle book.

  6. Ann

    Funny music video!
    Congrats Jeanette too!
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  7. Mike loved the Daddy Rap :)
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  8. What an awesome project. When my grandpa turned 70, I was in charge of similar project. His 4 kids, my grandma, and us five grandkids did a top 70 list of our favorite things about him or memories, one line only. I compiled it, printed it and had it sent to him via fedex since all us kids were all so dispersed that we weren’t going to see him that day. The delivery and package were such a surprise I know it made him cry. If I ever do it again for someone else, I want to video tape the opening, reading, etc for posterity because man, what an oral history that would be!
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    • Hi Vince,
      That sounds like a nice present for your grandpa! I think it’s easier to make videos now too and it’s easier to share videos with YouTube. I think you are right about preserving via oral history. We’re taping my mother and mother-in-law about the family history. I need to transfer it to YouTube though or it’s easy for it to get lost.
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