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Man Escorts Fiance's Sister to Daddy-Daughter Dance after Her Father's Passing

from | Updated: May 09, 2024
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One man stepped up and lovingly decided to take his fiancée’s little sister to a daddy-daughter dance after her father passed away.

Becoming a parent is one of life’s greatest blessings. All children are a gift from the good Lord above. They deserve to be in a home and with people who will care for and love them. That’s all anybody wants, right? 

No one wants to be with someone and have their needs, thoughts, and opinions disregarded and tossed to the side. Everyone wants to know that they do matter. But telling someone how much you care and love them is much easier than showing them. As the old saying goes, talk is cheap. 

The best way to show someone how much they care is through actions and deeds, showing up when it counts. That’s exactly what one young man did for a little girl whose father had passed away. 

The text at the beginning of a woman’s video posted on social media explains that her father passed away three years ago. That left the woman’s younger sister without someone to take her to an upcoming daddy-daughter dance. However, one young man refused to let that be the case.

Instead of letting the child sit on the sideline and not attend the dance, the woman’s fiancé agreed to get dressed up and take her to the daddy-daughter shindig. 

The short, 40-second video shows the young man in the bathroom, staring into the mirror as he puts on his tie and jacket. Likewise, the little girl sits in her room, looking at a mirror as someone stands nearby and lets loose with a bottle of hairspray. By the end of the video, the little girl, now wearing a blue dress and minimal makeup, walks into the room and approaches her date for the evening. 

What a sweet and loving gesture that will likely mean the world to that little girl. 

Ephesians 4:32 “And be kind to one another, full of pity, having forgiveness for one another, even as God in Christ had forgiveness for you.”

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