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Time with my Dad was very important! I would describe myself as a Daddy's girl and even now as an adult make a point of spending time/calling my Dad. As the sole provider, my brother and I knew he was busy and stressed, but that did not stop him from spending time with us on weekends. He used to put us to bed and night and I can still remember him taking the time to blow dry my hair just the way I wanted it or later on a a teenager the conversations we had while going to syncronized swimming meets. Those were the best because I had his undivided attention and we talked about anything and everything... it is very important to play a active role in your childrens lives. As a result of the closeness we have, I feel I can talk to or come to my parents with anything and that is a nice feeli
Posted:9/26/2008
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Serilda E, Jacksonville, FL, United States , 31 , Female , White/Caucasian , Straight , 2 Years of College , Lower middle class
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