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This superdad shows men how to be the perfect husband and father

"I need everything to be clean. It’s just who I am.”


The superdad of Texas. (SWNS YouTube)

By Leo Black via SWNS

Meet superdad. A man who shows the boys how to be the perfect husband and father.

David Lockridge, 33, of Fort Worth, Texas, works full-time at a distribution company and then spends most of his 'off time' deep cleaning and looking after the house.

The house is cleaned three times a week in the Lockridge household, and on Saturdays, the rota is quite rigorous.

David said: "The kids' rooms are cleaned every day. Even the two-year-old knows how to pick up after himself."

Videos show David spending hours in his kids' rooms - and they’re only two and seven!

And David still manages to make time to cook seafood, throw on some R&B and create cocktails for his wife on date night.

David thinks this is key to healthy home life, and he’s made it his mission to jump on TikTok and educate more men on how to keep it up.

Daysha, David's 32-year-old wife, also works full-time as a supervisor at Frontier Communications.

Superdad David at work in his kids' rooms. (SWNS YouTube)

David said: "A woman would appreciate that to the fullest. If a woman sees that a man can help around the house AND work as well, that’s a bonus.

“Based on the comments I have and the ones that I read, so many women want a man like that or they wish their man was like that.”

David’s comment sections are filled with women applauding his work “Keep that up, king, she is so lucky,” read one comment, and “sending this to my husband,” said another.

He said: “I would recommend any man to just start a little bit every day, take 15 minutes to do a little each day.

"Just show her that you can do it as well.”

There is a lot of emphasis placed on creating a healthy environment and future for his children, seven-year-old Drew and two-year-old David.

“I feel like they’ll take it in as well, right now I see them wanting to do the same thing as me, when I clean up they want to join in.

“When my wife and I decided to have children we always said: 'No matter what, I want to provide a good life for them.'

“We wanted them to feel loved and feel comfortable, and we want them to take this and give the same thing to their children.”

Davis wants to prove the point that the lifestyle he’s constructed isn’t incompatible with being a man, or a father.

David added: “There’s always a few people that assume I’m a stay-at-home dad, but I’m not.

“I just want people to know that it’s just in me. I was raised by a stay-at-home mom of three boys.

"She had to be really strict with making us clean. I’d want them to know. I got it from my mom. It’s in my blood.

“Now I can’t stand to be around nastiness. I need everything to be clean. It’s just who I am.”

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