Daddy’s Little Girl

You will forever be his little girl!

The love between a dad and his daughter is fascinating to me. Sometimes I’ll sit and stare at how they interact, and I’m amazed at how easy their relationship is. Before leaving for college, she would go into her dad’s office to chat and laugh for hours. They would sit in his office and watch ridiculous videos then, all of a sudden; I would hear a conversation about the earth, time, and everything nerd related.

They get each other and always have!

The day I gave birth to her was the day that a little female version of him was born. They have the same dark humor, generous heart, warm smile, tight hugs, and love of a challenge, the fact that their brains are always fully turned on, and they both bring peace to our family.

On Monday, we dropped her back off at college, and he was speechless as they hugged goodbye.

Today I am grateful for the way they love each other. She has always been and forever will be daddy’s little girl.

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!

~Belladonna~

54 Replies to “Daddy’s Little Girl”

  1. That is the sweetest! My youngest and I have the same bond! I am so grouchy if I don’t see him after a couple of weeks. Although I love my three sons equally, my baby and I “get” each other as well. 🥰

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  2. Awww…what a sweet drop the mic moment! 🎤🎤🎤 You didn’t need any smelling salt for him after getting back in the car did you??? 😜😱😝 You and your hubby make me smile with such moments as this. 🥰💖😍🌺😘

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  3. Aww that is beautiful 💜 She’s lucky to have wonderful parents and you should be very proud to have raised such a smart, compassionate daughter. And I’m sure she has plenty of love in her heart for her awesome mama, too, so I hope it doesn’t make you feel left out. It made me a little sad as I used to be a daddy’s girl when I was little and we’d always got on well when I grew up but after I got sick, and increasingly over the last couple of years, things have become difficult and he’s going through another phase of ignoring me. It’s sad and so petty.

    It strikes me how wonderful the relationship is your daughter has with her dad, and this is a sweet post. I hope she gets on well at college for the upcoming term!

    Caz xx

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    1. Your not invisible and I hope you know that. So many people handle illness so horrible and I was one of them when it came to my best friend. I will live with that regret for the rest of my life but I didn’t know how to handle my emotions. I let her down and when she passed away I felt like the biggest failure and I pray that she forgave me.
      I pray that your father reconnects with you. You deserve his love.

      My daughter and husband’s relationship is something I wish I had so badly.

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