It can be hard when daddy is away, serving in Iraq or in another distant country. A child needs a father so a sergeant of the Maine National Guard, Barbara Claudel, came up with the idea of a cool new service: Full-size printed posters of parents who are serving overseas in the military.
Now kids can have a poster of their hero in their homes, on vacation and in the car. Daddy can be present - in a two dimensional paper version - at birthday parties and other important events reminding them that he would really like to be there. Check out their website and the testimonials at flatdaddies.com
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