For a parent, the most precious thing is watching your tine babies grow into adults.
It takes immense patience and strength to teach them how to become an amazing person, to encourage them, and be their best version at all times.
This process is continuous until your child turns into an adult and even after they are married and have their own kids, they will always look up to you.
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This bond that a parent shares with the child are so extraordinary that it defies space and time.
With each birthday, you rejoice to the fact that your child is a year older but the fact that they are growing up might upset you. However, the little things that you did for your child, they will never forget.
To celebrate this bond, a father-daughter pair did that most amazing dance at her quinceanera at Texas in June. Leonardo Cortinas, a retired U.S. Marine took this special dance very seriously because his daughter, Jasmine, means the world to him.
So, this pair trained for a very elaborate choreography to Cant’ Touch This, Tootsie Roll, Gangnam Style, and My Girl as their beginning and ending song.
It was the birthday girl who planned out the entire choreography and this duo practiced for three weeks. After Jasmine got the gifts from the guests, her father changed into his official dress blues.
Then the pair started dancing. The crowd of 600 people cheered but they did not have any idea about the marvel they were going to witness.
Traditionally, the father-daughter dance is necessary at quinceaneras but this duo took it to the next level. Soon, Jasmine’s eleven-year-old brother Isaac joined too making this dance a family affair.
Quinceanera is a Mexican tradition where the 15h birthday of the daughter is celebrated to mark her coming of age. This celebration is to signify that the girl is not ready to take responsibility and start a family.
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