Kordale and Kaleb show off their beautiful family in this Nikon commercial. These two dedicated fathers are bringing up two girls and a boy and explain what it's like to be parents to these blessed children.
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We just want people to know that, hey, we're normal. And you can't judge people on their normal. You really can't.
Everybody get a pose.
Hi, my name is Kordale.
And my name is Kaleb and we live in Atlanta, Georgia.
These are our babies. Desmarie, Malia and Kordale. 8,7 and 6. You know, the routine basically is, we get up at 5:30 and they eat breakfast and then we do our daughters' hair. Parents that can get up at 5:30 and do their daughters' hair, no matter who they are, that's a family.
We pick out their clothes for them. And then we kiss them goodbye. And that's typically what we do in the morning.
What happened was, we were in the bathroom, we were doing the girls' hair and I said, oh let me take a picture.
In the picture we captioned, you know, this is us every day, getting up at 5:30 in the morning and getting our daughters ready for school.
And it was a simple innocent picture and Kordale was like, I'm just letting y'all know what I have to deal with. And then next thing you know it went viral and I'm still amazed, like why did this picture go viral? The comments were a trip. It didn't make me feel ? because I know they don't know what we go through. I know that they don't know our children. I know they don't know our lifestyles. They don't know how we live. A picture is so much more than a thousand words.
I think that this camera, as we grow and as the kids grow, we'll be able to better explain to anybody the type of family we are - with the pictures and things that we've done. And how we raise them.
We as parents, bring kids into the world and we have to guide them to be better people than we are. And we want them to be better people than we are. And we want them to succeed and do things that we weren't able to do. And those kids have our heart. And I can't sit here and explain to you in words why we feel the way that we feel for our children, but those are our kids and no one else can tell me anything different.
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