Forever A Daddy's Girl
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Forever A Daddy's Girl

Thanks for being my everything.

Forever A Daddy's Girl
Jordan Kudisch

Have you ever had a dad that was more than just a dad for you, more than a mother, more than a mentor and more than a best friend? Well I have, and I couldn't be more proud to be a daddy's girl. Yes, most girls fall into the stereotype that their mom is their number #1, but here that isn't the case. In fact, my dad has been more than a father figure to me, he exceeds the title of dad and even the title superman.

Ever since I was a little girl, my dad guided me and taught me wrong from right. At a young age, he taught me self-respect and the values a woman should hold.

He brushed my hair, even if he had no idea what detangler was and styled it like his hairstyle.

He painted my nails, even when more of my hand was being painted than the actual nail.

He was active in my girl scouts troupe, in fact he was more involved than most the mothers there, and he killed it when it came to selling cookies.

He told me bedtime stories and sang to me, even when he knew his voice sounded terrible.

He loved me through my Justin Bieber phase, and of course through my Spongebob phase as well.

He watched me try to accomplish wearing make up correctly and even wiped the eye-liner off my face when I was crying over my latest heartbreak.

He bought me chocolate on Valentine's Day when I didn't have a Valentine.

He gave me the ultimate shoulder to cry on when I needed it and kicked any guy to the curb who wasn't worth my time. He even pretended to like the ones he knew were losers, but didn't have the nerve to tell me.

So maybe he didn't exactly know what to say when I wanted to know which outfit was cuter, or maybe he didn't know the exact words to use when I was being emotional for no reason, but he was there, which was more than I could've ever asked for. He was my superman and more.

So daddy, I love you, and if you don't hear it enough, then you deserve to because no one, no man, no person, can ever replace who you are to me, and I will always carry on your strong-willed and persistent attitude.

I will always remember what it means to create a name for myself and how important it is to keep it in good standing...not because I want people to like me, but because I was taught to be a leader.

But there's one thing I wasn't taught, and that was to become a daddy's girl, thankfully, that came naturally.

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