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20 Sweetest Quotes About Fathers & Daughters That Will Make You Cry

20 Sweetest Quotes About Fathers & Daughters That Will Make You Cry

by Ayoub Mask

A father's love can never be replaced with anything and only the people that never experienced this kind of love or lost their fathers know its true value, especially a father and daughter love. Dads are gifts sent from the heavens above, and every girl needs her daddy no matter how old she is.

1. 

I took my daughter to the father-daughter dance and I cried like a little baby. She’s 11 years old, so seeing her get dressed up and pretty made me cry.
—Kevin Hart

2. 

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To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter.
—Euripides

3. 

Old as she was, she still missed her daddy sometimes.
—Gloria Naylor

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4. 

The reason why daughters love their Dad the most is…that there is at least one man in the world who will never hurt her.

—Anonymous

5. 

I am a princess not because I have a prince, but because my father is a king.

—Anonymous

6. 

A girl’s first true love is her father.
—Marisol Santiago

7. 

My Daddy was my hero. He was always there for me when I needed him. He listened to me and taught me so many things. But most of all he was fun.

—Bindi Irwin

8. 

The happiest moment of my life was probably when my daughter was born.
—David Duchovny

9. 

It is admirable for a man to take his son fishing, but there is a special place in heaven for the father who takes his daughter shopping.
—John Sinor

10. 

When my father didn’t have my hand…he had my back.
—Linda Poindexter

11. 

No one in this world can love a girl more than her father.
—Michael Ratnadeepak

12.

Ordinary father-daughter love had a charge to it that generally was both permitted and indulged. There was just something so beautiful about the big father complementing the tiny girl. Bigness and tininess together at last—yet the bigness would never hurt the tininess! It respected it. In a world in which big always crushes tiny, you wanted to cry at the beauty of big being kind of and worshipful of and being humbled by tiny. You couldn’t help but think of your own father as you saw your little girl with hers.

—Meg Wolitzer

13. 

One of the greatest things about daughters is how they adored you when they were little; how they rushed into your arms with electric delight and demanded that you watch everything they do and listen to everything they say. Those memories will help you through less joyous times when their adoration is replaced by embarrassment or annoyance and they don’t want you to see what they are doing or hear what they are saying. And yet, you will adore your daughter every day of her life, hoping to be valued again, but realizing how fortunate you were even if you only get what you already got.
—Michael Josephson

14. 

Behind every great daughter is a truly amazing dad.

—Anonymous

15. 

Having a daughter makes you see things in a different way. This is my only girl. So I don’t care what it takes to protect her. You can call it what you want to call it. As long as you treat her the same way I treat her, like my princess, I don’t mind.
—Tracy Morgan

16.

When I come home, my daughter will run to the door and give me a big hug, and everything that’s happened that day just melts away.
—Hugh Jackman

17. 

Certain is it that there is no kind of affection so purely angelic as of a father to a daughter. In love to our wives there is desire; to our sons, ambition; but to our daughters there is something which there are no words to express.
—Joseph Addison

18.

They say that from the instant he lays eyes on her, a father adores his daughter. Whoever she grows up to be, she is always to him that little girl in pigtails. She makes him feel like Christmas. In exchange, he makes a secret promise not to see the awkwardness of her teenage years, the mistakes she makes or the secrets she keeps.
—Anonymous

19.

Watching your daughter being collected by her date feels like handing over a million-dollar Stradivarius to a gorilla.
—Jim Bishop

20.

He opened the jar of pickles when no one else could. He was the only one in the house who wasn’t afraid to go into the basement by himself. He cut himself shaving, but no one kissed it or got excited about it. It was understood when it rained, he got the car and brought it around to the door. When anyone was sick, he went out to get the prescription filled. He took lots of pictures…but he was never in them.
—Erma Bombeck

Via : Thought Catalog

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