During middle school, Sophia’s stepdad used to leave her a note on her door each day to inspire her. well, she kept those notes & It’s been 6 years since then. She gave him those notes back


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During middle school, Sophia’s stepdad used to leave her a note on her door each day to inspire her. well, she kept those notes & It’s been 6 years since then. She gave him those notes back




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  1. I regret throwing my notes away now 🙁 I actually took them for granted. I can definitely see how fortunate I was to have a Dad who was loving and encouraging now that I’m older.

  2. This will be buried but i want to share this story:

    I grew up with an absent dad and subsequently an abusive step dad. My relationship with my birth father has always been shaky and because of that, he did not attend my wedding. My wedding was still the best day of my life, but it’s hard to ignore the gap that was missing. A year later, I was a bridesmaid at my friend’s wedding and she has fantastic parents. When her dad gave a speech to my friend and her new husband, I absolutely lost my shit and was crying. Hard. Seeing him gush with pride at his daughter made me feel a lot of things but mostly happiness for my friend. After the speech, her dad must have seen me crying because he came over to me and gave me a big hug and told me I was such an amazing person and good friend to his daughter. This goes to show that the best Dad’s don’t have to be your birth father or even your stepdad to make a good difference in your life. Thanks, Jerry!

  3. Man I started crying as soon as the wrapping got ripped!

    Sometimes on reddit these toxic bros complain about “raising another man’s kid” and being cucked and whatever, and I just think, what a sad point of view. Imagine denying yourself the kind of loving relationship that this man and his daughter have.

  4. When my sister was 2, she ‘gave’ my Dad a coupon for “One Free Kiss” as part of her Fathers Day. 32 years later, she got married and it was time for my Dad to give his speech at the reception dinner. When it was all done, he goes, “Oh, one more thing… I’d like to redeem this now”, and pulled out the coupon she had given him more than 3 decades earlier. NOONE saw it coming, the whole room was in tears. My Dad is a MASTER speaker.

  5. At around 17 seconds you can see it. The moment he realizes all the love he’s given someone he cares so deeply about is given back to him in spades. Absolutely legendary daughter and father combo

  6. Studies show two thirds (2/3) of stepdads feel doubts about their connection to their stepkids. If you have a good stepdad, let him know, don’t let him be unsure that he means something to you.

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