~ when I was about 7 my stepdad ( dad) came into my mom and brothers life. He used to bring his guitar out and sit on the ottoman and play for me. Wish you were here, Beatles, Neil young. etc. Up into my teenage years! Made my love for music grow and grow. ( they have been divorced for 5 yrs. Now) . When I married my ex husband . I wanted my dad there to sit and play for me but the friction between my parents was on an all time high so he was unable to come. But I can still see him playing and singing. He played for my daughter to. He played an important role in my life.. You would of never known he was a probation officer.
~ my daughter when she was two and my ( stepdad) are thick as thieves and he would put her in his big dodge ram on the console in the driveway and play here comes the sun by the Beatles her favorite song. I would sit and watch them.. And smile.... Listen to her little tiny voice singing at the top of her lungs word for word... And when it was over she would go pay it again papa , pay it again... She is his world......
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My dad died when I was 12. The fondest memory of him was when I was 5 or 6, and when he would come home from work, I would cuddle in his lap. My fondest mom memory was when my now ex left me, she really stepped up and gave me the emotional support I needed. As some of you know, this was very unusual for her. I have always appreciated her help through that time. My fondest kid memory. My DD, when she decided to become a social worker to help people in need. She is the most compassionate person I have ever met. My DS, when he won a young artist award at 15. He won $1,000, and got the play a solo with the symphony.
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