Health & Science / Development Visual Proof That “Just Do What I Do” Is A Totally Legit Parenting Technique By Fatherly Aug 28 2015, 10:48 PM EMAIL SHARE Everyone knows that “Do as I say, not as I do” is hypocritical and ineffectual. But “Do what I do” can be ninja-level parenting, so long as what you do is awesome. Like these guys. ADVERTISEMENT The Imitation GameThey’re always watching you.https://fthr.ly/1i57Tl7 Posted by Fatherly on Thursday, August 27, 2015 ADVERTISEMENT Sign up for the Fatherly newsletter to get original articles and expert advice about parenting, fitness, gear, and more in your inbox every day. ↓ Get the best of Fatherly in your inbox Oops! Please try again. Thanks for subscribing! Emotional Development Humor Mental Development ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT More From Health & Science Pregnancy The Science Behind Common Abortion Techniques Nutrition Study: Intermittent Fasting Is Not All That Effective for Weight Loss Health & Science Is Skipping Breakfast Bad? A New Study Makes the Case for Rising and Dining Sickness & Allergies Yes, You Should Get a COVID Vaccine If You’re Pregnant Health The Truth About Legalized Marijuana's Impact on Teens and Kids Nutrition Salt, Sugar, and Fat Are the Biggest Health Threat to Kids. Anyone Listening?