Her dad is so adorable, I can't hold back tears of joy! - Most Exciting Planet

Her dad is so adorable, I can’t hold back tears of joy!

Father-daughter bond is one of the sweetest things in this life. I love when big, tough guys melt in the company of their little princesses. The tough guy’s daughter from the next video is a dancer. The girl has been in need of a partner to practice her routine, and we are glad her dad volunteered. He got a kick out of it, and even performed The Carlton solo. Isn’t he the cutest?! Please, enjoy and SHARE. This video will put a smile on your face!

Dads and father figures are very important in every girl’s life. From infancy, kids learn from their family what to expect from people. A father becomes girl’s guidepost for what to expect of men’s attitude toward women. Even if the parents are divorced, it is in the child’s best interests to treat each other with respect and consideration. Let the kid see how you work through the conflict in a calm and reasonable way. At each stage of child’s development, he or she is watching and learning from the women and men around. This is how the girls figure out how to be successful as a woman and how to be in a relationship with a man. A child is also less likely to fall for a bully if he knows that men and women can deal with differences respectfully. When the above-mentioned learning is positive and helpful, a daughter will grow up to be at ease in her own skin.
A father should treat all adult women the way he wants his daughter to be treated to set an example for her. If treated with respect, dignity, caring, and affection, she will expect the same from a mate. Let her know you love her with hugs and kisses, tell her she is pretty, admire her style. Genuine statements of approval, especially coming from a male, are one of the building blocks of girls’ self-esteem.
Be the kind of man you want your daughter to marry. You are the model of manhood she is likely to look for, when she starts to date.
Sources:

https://psychcentral.com/lib/daughters-need-fathers-too/