1. “10 Questions Answered About Fathers and Daughters” by Dr Peggy Drexler (Psychology professor, author of two books about modern families. Contributor to CNN, Forbes, Huffington Post, and Psychology Today) – E.g. ‘How do daughters learn from their fathers? Are there lessons fathers are better able to teach than mothers?’ & ‘How can fathers expect their relationships with daughters to change as their daughters enter adolescence?’. Read the article at The Huffington Post.

2. Stephanie from Houston misses her astronaut father who is working at the International Space Station so bad that she came up with a creative idea – Watch how her special message, written by 11 Hyundai Genesis, was delivered to her father in space (this message was officially acknowledged as “The largest tire track image” by the Guinness World Records)


3. Daughters dance with dad one last time as he battles a brain tumor – Read the article at Elite Daily


4. This father set aside tradition to honor his tomboy daughter on her wedding day as he couldn’t imagine doing a traditional father/daughter dance at her wedding. Knowing that his little girl grew up preferring sports to dressing up, he had something a little more “them” in mind. Read the story at BuzzFeed.


5. This stay-at-home dad is letting his toddler dress herself and the results are adorable – Read the article at BuzzFeed

Sat #ootd: Paddington style duffel coat with Spidey hat and sunglasses. 🙂

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6. “15 Things All Dads of Daughters Should Know”
“Having daughters is one of the greatest joys I could imagine. We have a saying at our house that goes like this, “I love you more today than I did yesterday.” Raising girls is a privilege, not a burden.”
– Read more at The Huffington Post

7. “A long time ago in New York City, Steve Addis stood on a corner holding his 1-year-old daughter in his arms; his wife snapped a photo. The image has inspired an annual father-daughter ritual, where Addis and his daughter pose for the same picture, on the same corner, each year. Addis shares 15 treasured photographs from the series, and explores why this small, repeated ritual means so much.”

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