- Kenny Deuss started photoshopping silly, dangerous photos featuring him and his kids to prank their mom at work.
- Since then, Kenny has never stopped sending her photoshopped pictures that leave her and her officemates laughing.
- Kenny’s photos are the funniest and most creative shots you’ll ever see!
Kenny Deuss of Antwerp, Belgium is in charge of the kids at home, as his partner went back to work on Tuesdays.
When he first became a dad to their first-born, Alix, in 2019, his girlfriend would text him every week asking “Is the baby OK?”
This gave the creative dad the idea to create dangerous, hilarious, and outrageous pictures using Photoshop and send them to the new mom to prank her.
“My girlfriend had to look twice when she received the first photo [to understand what was really going on], but it didn’t take long before she and her colleagues started looking forward to new pictures,” Kenny said. “That being said, she always makes sure that the pictures were safely made. She’s always happy with the result.”
Fast forward to the present, the couple welcomed their second child, Aster, and she has also become Kenny’s partner-in-crime along with her sister Alix!
1. We can only hope that Alix has arms strong enough to hold that couch a little waaaaay longer.
2. “Let’s play [baby] catch, daddy!”
3. Did he just forget to take off the clothes from Aster before doing the laundry?
4. Huh! Aster is learning her thing.
5. “If only daddy saw the sign!”
6. Dad chasing after aggressive seagulls — “Bring my baby back!”
7. Alix is making some money to buy new toys. She should have at least priced her baby sister higher than those stuff toys!
8. “Dad is always on the lookout for dangers on the street!“
9. “Bubble bath is my thing, daddy. I got this.”
11. The weather calls for a BBQ time at the yard.
12. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
13. “Uhm, dad? It’s getting hot in here.”
14. “I’m not prepared for this!”
15. “Let’s see what we have here…”
These and more at @oneadventurewithdad. All that’s left to say is, keep it coming, dad!
Source: Inspire More