- A proud young lady recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt appreciation post with her dad after he raised her alone
- The 25-year-old explains that her mom left her when she was three but her dad stayed to take care of her
- Facebookers were truly touched by the touching appreciation post, liking it over 28 000 times
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A young South African woman just brought tears to thousands of eyes. This after she shared a heartfelt dad appreciation post to popular Facebook group, ImStaying. Her beautiful post includes a lovely picture of herself and a smiling dad:
"Appreciation post of this man next to me. My father, mother, my everything. He made sure I'm healthy and safe all the time. He raised me from 3 years when mommy left me with him. I'm 25 now but still his little daughter.
"He knows me very well when I'm sad and happy. He made sure I look like other kids. He made sure I smile even if I'm sad. We talk like friends and laugh like we are crazy. The love he has for me is priceless. He is my twin."
She then goes on to explain how her dad, who's name is Robert, always responds to people who question his ability to raise a child by himself: "I am her mother and her father." She ended her touching post by declaring her unfaltering love for her old man.
Stayers were left truly moved, reacting to the post nearly 30 000 times. Many of them took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the beautiful bond the man and his daughter share.
In other touching Briefly.co.za news, an unemployed mother of two was super thankful to cake maker who made her daughter's birthday special. The mother, Kerry Nicole Fynn, had both her children's birthday's in the same month five days apart and was struggling to come up with an idea to make their day special with limited finances.
The cake maker, Charmaine Moodley, decided to give away a cake she had baked after one of her customers did not come to pick it up. The cake was going to go to waste so she decided that she was going to give it away to one luckily family.
She took to Facebook group #ImStaying to share her story with others. The mother of two said:
"She gave it to my children as I was unable to buy them a birthday cake or even afford the ingredients to bake them one."
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