I had a post in mind this morning as Kayleigh slept in my arms. It was going to talk about how quickly she’s changing and there’s so much I already miss. But that can wait, because something far more important arose.
As I was getting dressed for the day, and Kayleigh was in her mother’s arms, she looked over at me and said, “Da-Da.” She then smiled her unbelievably adorable smile and reached her arms out for me. And then I nearly cried.
The question often comes up, “Do you feel like a dad?” But the answer doesn’t really matter anymore, because the only person that really matters – my baby girl – let me know that I am not just a dad, I’m her Dad.
This may just be the awesomest day ever…
10 thoughts on “Da-Da”
That is the cutest picture! Congratulations, dada. You’re now firmly wrapped around her little finger, as only a father can be with his daughter.
Aw. Now I’m crying too.
Very cute and touching. But maybe those faces you’re making at her are what make her scared of me!! So tone it down a bit for my next visit.
AWWW!!! That is just too cute! What a great story :-).
She’s a lucky girl! And so am I. 🙂
Just wait until it’s “Daaaddy” – she’ll get anything she wants!
Awwwww! Great picture! 😀
That is one adorable kid you have there 🙂
Fantastic picture and thanks for sharing your daughter’s life with us!
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