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My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

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10976 posts since 18 Oct, 2003, from Berlin, Germany
 

Postby Compyfox; Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:13 am Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

The fun of being a father, Hink. ;)
Though so far, even with my participation in certain area-related projects, I was not greeted like that on the streets yet. My better half is however, since her project is currently building/leading a school library.


Hink wrote:FTR at her age I was enlisted in the service, I was engaged to be married (and got married at 19) and I wish I had the common sense then she has now


I'm curious how my little one will turn out. It's rare that children at this age (teens) still say "let's take it slow and easy" compared to the YT/FaceTweet full-on party generation.

And if you like her BF, trust him even - all the better. So let's hope that it stays that way, as growing up and relationships can be an absolute roller coaster.
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Postby trimph1; Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:47 am Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

Congrats to a proud papa!!!!
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Rad Grandad
 
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Postby Hink; Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:09 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

thanx Barry :)

Roland, you are so right...but at this point I gotta be able to let loose the reigns and trust her. Her priorities are atypical for a teenager and I am thankful for that. I guess it's a good thing when you raise a child not to make the same mistakes you did. :tu:

But there is one thing I know, they still find unique ways to make mistakes...I call that growing ;)
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KVRAF
 
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Postby Compyfox; Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:15 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

Trust me - I can relate in terms of growing and making mistakes, John.
Especially if I look at my past at the same age.

Still hurts here and there. But I wouldn't be me "now" if it was any different.


All we can do at this state (I'm still a bit far from it myself), is sit back and watch the show. And maybe step in once in a while if things go haywire.
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KVRAF
 
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Postby deastman; Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:23 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

Thanks for sharing a glimpse into your family life. You must be very proud! And they grow up so fast... I've been seeing it with my own kids too.
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Postby V0RT3X; Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:47 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

congrats to you and your daughter Hink! So whats her plans for after school?
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Postby Hink; Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:47 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

Deastman, they do grow up fast but it's a lot of fun :)

VORT3X, she has one more year before she graduates, because she repeated the 9th grade this would have been her senior prom and she wanted to be with those kids. Her school combines the senior and jr prom and she chose to do it this year instead of next.

After that I think she'll be going to community college for a while just to take liberal arts while she finds herself. This is what she wants anyhow, right now I'm just happy she'll graduate next year. What she wants is to go into special education, specifically she wants to be an art teacher for special needs children. She has always been a very gifted artist and it's helped her with her struggles so she feels very passionate about that.

I'm just glad I have at least one more year with her, trust me...I'm not one of those when you turn 18 you're out of here parents. I am in no rush for that :)
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Postby nasenmann; Mon Jun 02, 2014 12:06 am Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

Thats super sweet, your levels of happiness feel kinda infectious :)

From your way of writing it doesn't seem a huge stretch to imagine you as the "cool dad". All the best to you guys!
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Postby PsYcHo SaMuRai; Sun Jun 08, 2014 10:10 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

nasenmann wrote:Thats super sweet, your levels of happiness feel kinda infectious :)

From your way of writing it doesn't seem a huge stretch to imagine you as the "cool dad". All the best to you guys!

Agreed!
I have a 5 year old girl that is amazing. She has helped me become a better person. :tu:
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Postby Hink; Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:58 pm Re: My Daughters Prom (proud father pics)

missed those last two, thanx guys...fwiw 5-18 goes very fast, one day you're taking them to first grade and before you know it you're sending them off to their prom...but a lot of joy and fun in between :)
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