'World's Best Father' publishes book of funny photos - WKRN News 2

'World's Best Father' publishes book of funny photos

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Dave Engledow, the self-proclaimed "World's Best Father", has released a book aimed at tickling the funny bone of parents and children alike.

Engledow started his photo collection with a doctored picture of him holding his two-month-old daughter, Alice Bee, while squirting milk from her bottle into a coffee mug that read "World's Best Father".

Some of the photos also feature Alice Bee's mother, who is an officer in the U.S. Army.

Engledow's book of photos, titled Confessions of the World's Best Father, went on sale Tuesday.

Check out MORE of Engledow's photos in the slideshow above!

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