Two Minneapolis gay men have created a heartfelt social media campaign as they aspire to become fathers.
Joe Morales and Joey Famoso say they released "Dear Future Baby," a parody of the Meghan Trainor smash, "Dear Future Husband," to "illustrate the type of dads we will be" in the future.
The musical parody contains quirky lyrics, like: "Please don't scream and fight/We'll teach not to bite, and try to raise you to be kind, funny and polite" and "We promise you our world if you're our boy or girl/Takin' care of you, it's what we gonna do."
“We wanted to do something different that stood out, but also showed our personalities,” Morales told Today Parents. "There are so many great families for a birthmother to choose, and by doing this, we hope to be one of the top on her list.”
Meanwhile, Trainor has offered her own seal of approval. The 21-year-old pop star shared a Today story about the campaign on her own personal Facebook page:
I love this! What an amazing story!
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