Dad/daughter dance.

Aiden wrote…

Saturday night I danced with my dad during the dad/daughter dance at my brother’s wedding. We were wearing matching tuxes; he asked who should lead.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on September 14th, 2009 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 11 comments »

11 Responses to “Dad/daughter dance.”

  1. Adisson -Sheik-

    that’s amazing.


  2. Gabe

    Awww. That’s so sweet!


  3. --Z--

    This made me smile so much. I love it.


  4. Hanna

    This made my day. Good on you!


  5. AgentRusco

    that’s awesome! i hope someday my dad can be like that.


  6. (m)alix fitz

    awh, this made me really happy :D


  7. Jak

    That is epic win!


  8. Lanthir

    That’s fantastic! (^_^)
    My dad and I skipped the father/daughter dance/class ring ceremony my college has for the juniors and went to a contra dance instead last year. I was wearing a floofy party dress, but I still led and he was totally fine with that.


  9. Matt

    BTW, Miss Manners says the taller one should lead. :)


  10. Amanda

    My eyes welled up at that.
    So sweet. I’m glad your dad is understanding. =)


  11. Anonymous

    that made me smile


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