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I’m not sure why or for what reason but at this particular moment in Rosie’s life she is very much all about ‘Daddy’. This is not to say no-one else gets a look in but we just seem to be bonding more than ever at the moment.As soon as she wakes in the morning I hear shouts of, “Daddy!” Also whenever she hears my voice if she’s not seen me for a while it’s excited cries of, “Daddy, Daddy, Daddy” – She then comes shuffling over sticks her arms up, gives me her best doe eyed look and demands to be picked up for a cuddle.A few days back I called home in my lunch break to speak to Rosie and we had the closest I’ve come to an actual conversation with her. Okay so I asked all the questions and the majority of responses were, “Yes” and “Daddy” but I really felt like we were communicating better than ever before. As our in-depth conversation was coming to an end I heard Karen in the background shouting out, “Rosie’s kissing the phone!” My heart almost melted on the spot. I’m going to have my work cut out if I’m to remain firm and fair as a Dad because right now she has me completely under her spell!As is plainly obvious little Budlington is already a Daddy’s girl and I know my relationship with her is not unique to other Dads and their daughters, but there is something really quite amazing when you know the already strong bond is getting stronger right in front of you.This is likely reading as a poor post as I have no idea how (or the words) to describe the bond and that feeling of the connection getting stronger. I had to try however as right now I want to shout it from the rooftops. I’m so very proud to call Rosie my daughter.

  

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