All around me, I participate good dads. They’re kis boo-boos at the common, hastening to pick their adolescents up from daycare, they’re posting proud photos on Instagram and funny exchanges they have with their children on Twitter and Facebook. The capacity of papas in America is rapidly evolving, with millennial dads on average far more involved in daily parenting assignments than their own fathers were. Evidence of this shows up in inspections, academic research, and across the internet. Proof of good paternity is everywhere.
On Instagram, pas have announced 3.7 million photographs and videos to the hashtag # dadlife. (# Fatherhood has two million .) On Twitter, fathers sharing gross, relatable, and heartwarming looks at fatherhood have amassed massive followings. Take father of four James Breakwell, aka Xploding Unicorn, who has earned over a million admirers sharing sees like, “Just overheard my 5-year-old tell her sisters, ‘… and that’s how you defuse a missile ,’ and now I feel like I should probably pay attention.”