Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg has been posting some adorable pictures of his two-day-old daughter since the little one’s birth. Everyday we got to see a new photograph of the new-born with the Zuckerberg and mother Priscilla Chan, and we have to say that, the little bundle of joy is nothing less than an cute angle. Also Read - US Elections 2020: Mark Zuckerberg Warns of 'Civil Unrest' if Results Take Too Long, Says Nation Divided
On Thursday, Mark had posted a picture of him reading Quantam Physics for babies to a sleeping Max along with Priscilla. After which comes another lovely picture of the father-daughter duo. It seems finally the founder of Facebook has started using the social networking sites like million others online. He just shared a picture of him changing baby Max’s diaper. And Mark looks like the perfect cliche daddy in this! The caption of the picture read, “One more down, thousands to go.” Mark is on two months of paternity leave and we are sure there are more fatherhood pictures coming. (Also Read: Mark Zuckerberg is ‘full of joy’ with daughter Maxima; shares photograph on Facebook) Also Read - 'Who The Hell Are You?', US Lawmakers Scold Twitter, Facebook & Google CEOs During Senate Hearing
Reading out to their young daughter, Mark had posted on Facebook saying, “My next book for A Year of Books is Quantum Physics for Babies! Just kidding. It’s actually World Order by Henry Kissinger — about foreign relations and how we can build peaceful relationships throughout the world. This is important for creating the world we all want for our children, and that’s what I’m thinking about these days. I am loving reading to Max. Next year looks like it’s going to be A Year of Children’s Books!” Also Read - Facebook Launches Free-to-play Cloud Gaming Feature For Android, Web Users | Details Here
Maxima was born on November 30, 2015 after which Zuckerberg decided to donate 99 per cent of their Facebook shares which is currently valued at 46 dollar billion to the work of Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. This project will promote equality for children across the globe, and raise money to cure disease and build communities.