Babywearing Dads Are Masculine AF

by | October 18, 2018

This week, the U.K.’s a**hole-in-residence Piers Morgan decided to mock the manliest man on the planet, 007, James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, for being one of those babywearing dads. Cue facepalms all over the world. This guy is a tool.

Funny story, I actually have a personal experience with a man (who shall remain nameless) that recoiled in horror at me when I suggested that he carry our daughter in one of the seven various babywearing contraptions that I loved to use.

“I’ve got arms” was the retort. I’m not going to lie, that stung a little. Not that it affected me per se, but I actually felt sorry for him. That his insecurities about his own masculinity would prevent him from what I found to be an amazing bonding experience with his own child.

Twitter seems to agree with me. Dads all over Twitter have clapped back at the obviously insecure T.V. and radio host and his eye-roll worthy hashtag that made tweets “Skyfall”.

Enough about masculinity challenged Morgan, let’s have a look at what of the army of babywearing dads who had Bond’s back had to say.

Dads of Twitter, we salute you.

Now, if someone could possibly send this newly single Mom a pic of Jason Momoa wearing a baby I’d be forever grateful.

What are your thoughts on babywearing dads? Let us know in the comments below.

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